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Sent

A division of the Estonian kroon equal in value to 1/100 of one kroon. Its plural is senti.
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the company can send alerts to all students, or segments of a student population.
Stealing data: Anyone on the network can send any machine on the network a message claiming to be the network's Internet gateway.
Even so, 80% of the money that immigrants send to their countries of origin passes through our offices," says Gonzalo Valiente Calvo, vice president of the National Association of Remittance Agencies.
Attachment sends the message as an attachment to the e-mail, Plain text sends it without formatting and HTML preserves the formatting you used when creating the body of the email.
E-mail operates under an "opt-out" law, which means you can send commercial e-mails until the recipient requests that he or she receive no more e-mails from the sender.
The more anonymously they can send email, the more likely it is that they will be able to continue using the same systems and services they are using without threat of interruption.
One of the key objections to banning spam is that it amounts to censorship: No one, the argument goes, should have the right to interfere with a person's private e-mail or decide who can or cannot send e-mail or what it may contain.
Most people send written communications that are in some way focused and reasonably complete.
Or you can send the file data as an e-mail attachment.
After September 25, you will have to send the forms by some other communications, such as U.
A new law intended to protect citizens against identity theft could affect the way you send tax-planning documents to your clients.