The e-mail (so-called electronic mail) started in humble manner in 1969 via Arpanet. At that time two universities, UCLA Stanford and Utah University created two computer networks. With this network, the two schools started an experiment that ultimately resulted in data sharing. From then on, the Interface Message Processor (or IMP) was developed.
In December 1971, the Interface Message Processor enabled the network connection standard, which eventually transformed into 32 devices. Arpanet continued to grow. Ray Tomlinson, who worked with Arpanet, with Bolt Bernek and Newman, created a standard sample of the email address: name_of_user @ computer_name .
When Arpanet was discovered for the benefit of the armed forces, the need to increase data management capacity accelerated.
In 1975, Larry Roberts developed a system that made emails using folders. This method was used to resolve boss emails. This inspired John Vital to develop software that consistently helps organize e-mails. This software has evolved many times as long as it is user-friendly. Gradually, this newborn technology began to spread. After several years, 75 percent of traffic through Arpanet asked for electronic mail or email.
When demand and demand for a consumer-based electronic messaging system grew rapidly, traffic over Arpanet was moving to a larger, traffic network called the Internet. Since then, email has increased the efficiency of communication between users all over the world.
However, the user is able to connect to local service providers or other computers, fully connected to the provider of telephone charges; ie long distance calls and international call charges.
As a result of excessive fees, personal computers, storage devices, and application programs have evolved, enabling both offline and scheduled e-mails to be sent and received.
In the '90s, Internet usage became more and more popular. When ISPs opened local modem hubs, the whole system took a huge step. This has allowed users to enjoy communication in almost real-time.
The email really made a long way. The most widespread communication method today, the e-mail influenced and always influences many people's lives. Many industries are increasingly diverting the benefit of email. Businesses use e-mails in their information campaigns and marketing strategies. Goods and services can send consumer orders and send companies by email via e-mail.
E-mail has clearly integrated its technology into society. Proved its effectiveness. But people should still be cautious. As users have moved away from Usenets and other billboards to a complete messaging system, the disadvantage in the SMTP protocol concept has become clear. Since the recipients were unable to find out whether the sender was genuine or fake, many people found that they were cheating through emails.