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Lesson 3: Internet: Lesson 3: I nternet Intro to Internet: The internet, sometimes called “the net”, is worldwide system of computer networks – a network of networks in which users at any one computer can, if they have permission, get information from any other computer. Intro to Internet PowerPoint Presentation: WWW- stands for “world wide web”. It is important to know that this is not a synonym for the internet. The world wide web, or just “the web”, as ordinary people call it, is a subset of the internet. Hyper- text transfer protocol (HTTP) is the method used to transfer web pages to your computer. Web Browser: The browser application retrieves or fetches code, usually written in HTML (hypertext markup language) and/or another language, from a web server, interprets this code and renders (displays) it as web page for you to view. Web Browser PowerPoint Presentation: The web address or URL (uniform resource locator), that you type into the browser’s address bar tells the browsers where to obtain a page or pages from. For example, let’s say that you typed the following URL into the browser’s address bar: http://about.com/computer/. Home Page: This is the starting point or front page of a web site. This page usually has some sort of table of contents on it and often describe the purpose of the site. For example, http://www.apple.com/index.htmlis the home page of Apple.com. Home Page URL: Stands for “Uniform Resource Locator.” A URL is the address of a specific Web site or file on the internet. URLs are the method by which documents or data are addressed in the world wide web. Some examples of URLs are http://www.cnet.com/ , http://web.mit.edu/ , and ftp://info.apple.com/ . URL List of the different resource prefixes : http- a hypertext directory or document (such as a Web page). ftp- a directory of files or an actual file available to download. Gopher- a gopher document or menu. telnet- a Unix- based computer system that you can log into. List of the different resource prefixes PowerPoint Presentation: News- a newsgroup, an electronic bulletin board and forum. Wais- a database or document on a Wide area information search database. File- a file located on your hard drive or some other local drive. Parts of URL: http://www.scriptingmaster.com/html/creating-link.asp Protocol Domain name Directory/folder File extension Webpage Parts of URL Common Domain Name : Original top- level Organization Domain abbreviations .com Commercial . edu Educational institution . gov Government Institution .mill Military .net Network Provider .org Non- Profit Common Domain Name E- mail: Short for electronic mail is the transmission of messages over communications networks. The messages can be notes entered from the keyboard or electronic files stored on disk. Some electronic- mail systems are confined to a single computer system or networks, but others have gateways to other computer systems, enabling users to send electronic mail. E- mail Parts of an E-mail using Yahoo mail: The addresses in the To are for the people you are directly addressing. The addresses in the Cc are for the people indirectly addressing. The addresses in the Bcc are like Cc except that the addresses in to and Cc not know that the addresses in the Bcc are included in the conversation. Parts of an E-mail using Yahoo mail PowerPoint Presentation: Subject is the topic header the user provides describing what the content of the e- mail is all about. Attach button is the clickable command whenever the user wants to add or attach a file or any format. Send button initiates to send the e- mail message to the recipient via internet. Important E-mail Etiquette Tips: 1) Be concise and to the point- Do not make an e-mail longer than it needs to be. 2) Answer all questions, and pre-empt further questions- an e-mail reply must answer all questions, and pre-empt further questions. 3) Use proper spelling, grammar and punctuation - this is not only important because improper spelling, grammar and punctuation give a bad impression of your composition skill. Important E-mail Etiquette Tips PowerPoint Presentation: 4) Make it personal- not only should the e-mail be personally addressed. 5) Answer swiftly- your senders send an e-mail because they wish to receive a quick response. 6) Do not attach unnecessary files- by sending large attachment you can annoy. 7) Use proper structure and layout- the structure and layout is very important for e-mail messages. 8) Do not overuse the high priority option- if you overuse the high priority option, it will lose its function when you really need it. PowerPoint Presentation: 9) Do not write in Capitals- if you write in capitals it seems as if you are shouting. 10) Don’t leave out the message thread- when you reply to an e-mail, you must include the original mail in your reply, on other words click reply, instead on new mail. 11) Read the e-mail before you send- can be seen from the may spelling and grammar mistakes contained in the e-mail. 12) Do not overuse reply to all- only use reply to all if you really need your, message to be seen by each person who received the original message. PowerPoint Presentation: 13) Mailings- when sending an e-mail mailing, some people place all the e-mail addresses in the To: field. 14) Take care abbreviations and emotions- in the format e-mails, try not to use abbreviations such as btw ( by the way) and lol ( laugh out loud). 15) Be careful with formatting- remember that when you use formatting in your e-mails the sender might not be able to view formatting. 16) Take care with rich text and HTML messages- be aware that when you send an e-mail in rich text or HTML format, the sender might only be able to receive plain text e-mails. PowerPoint Presentation: 17) Do not forward chain letters- Just delete the letters as soon as you receive them. 18) Do not request delivery and read receipts- this will almost annoy your recipient before he or she has even read your message. 19) Do not ask to recall messages- biggest chances are that your message has already been delivered and read. 20) Do not copy a message or attachment without permission- do not copy a message or attachment belonging to another user without permission of the originator. PowerPoint Presentation: 21) Do not use e-mail to discuss confidential information- sending e-mail is like sending a postcard. 22) Use meaningful subject- try to use a subject that is meaningful to the recipient as well as yourself. 23) Avoid using urgent and important- even more so than the high- priority option, you must at all time try to avoid these types of words in an e-mail or subject line. 24) Avoid long sentences- try to keep your sentences to a maximum of 15-20 words. 25) Don’t send or forward e-mails containing libelous, defamatory, offensive racist or obscene- by sending or even just forwarding one libelous, or offensive remark. PowerPoint Presentation: 26) Don’t forward virus hoaxes and chain letters- if you receive an e-mail message warning you of a new unstoppable virus that will immediately delete everything from your computer, this is most probably a hoax. 27) Don’t reply to spam- by replying to spam or by unsubscribing, you are confirming that your e-mail address is live. 28) Use cc: field sparingly- try not to use the cc: field unless the recipient in the cc: fields knows why they are receiving a copy of the message. Creating e-mail address: How to create a new e-mail profile in Outlook 2010, in the outlook 2007, and in outlook 2003 e-mail accounts are contained in profiles. An e-mail profile is made up of e-mail accounts, data files, and information about where your e-mail messages are stored. Creating e-mail address To create a new e-mail profile in outlook 2010, 2007 and 2003: 1) Click start, and then click run. 2) Copy and paste, or type the following command in the open box, and then press enter: control panel. 3) Open the mail setup dialog box. 4) In the mail setup dialog box, click show profiles. 5) On the general tab, under when starting Microsoft office outlook, use this profile, click prompt for a profile to be used, and then click add. 6) In the profile name box , type the name that you want to use for the new e-mail profile. 7) In the e-mail accounts dialog box, click add a new e-mail account and then click next. 8) Click the appropriate server type for your new e-mail account, an then click next. 9) Type your account information in the required boxes, and then click next. 10) Click finish, and then click ok. To create a new e-mail profile in outlook 2010, 2007 and 2003 To configure outlook 2010, 2007,and 2003: 1) Click start, and then click run. 2) Copy and paste, or type the following command in the open box, and then press enter: control panel. 3) Open the mail setup dialog box: for windows 7. 4) In the mail setup dialog box, click show profiles. 5) On the general tab, under when starting Microsoft office outlook, use this profile, click always use this profiles. 6) In the always use this profile list, select the profile that you want to use, and then click ok. To configure outlook 2010, 2007,and 2003 How to remove e-mail account: For current profile that you are using now: 1) On the tools menu, click account settings. 2) Select the account that you want to remove, and then click remove. 3) To confirm removal of the account, click yes. For another e-mail account: 1) Close outlook. 2) The title bar of the mail setup dialog box contains the name of the current profile. 3) Click e-mail accounts. 4) Select the account, and then click remove. 5) To confirm removal of the account, click yes. How to remove e-mail account How to change your e-mail password: 1) On the tools menu, click account settings. 2) Select the e-mail account that you want to change, and then click change. 3) Under logon information, in the password box, type the password that was provided by your ISP or mail administrator or the password that you created. 4) Select the remember password check box. How to change your e-mail password

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