So when Ayyadurai's mentor Michelson gave him the challenge to convert the inter-office, inter-organizational paper mail
system into an electronic version, he readily accepted it.
Unlike paper mail
, e-mail offers the advantage of speed; messages can cross the country in seconds and appear directly on a recipient's desktop.
Without paper mail
, there is less need for paper-meaning pulp-wood cutters, logging trucks, paper mills and converters including envelope makers.
Staff or volunteers can be assigned to review and respond to e-mail the same as they would with paper mail
. However, some lawmakers say they get more messages from nonconstituents via computer or they keep getting the same message every week.
E-mail functions in a manner similar to that of paper mail
. It most often consists of text sent from one person to another, but it is possible and easy to "carbon copy" a single message to many recipients.
The traditional communication vehicles, such as paper mail
, E-Mail, phone-mail, faxes, phones, and face-to-face conferencing have different attributes and characteristics.
"Green Bills reduce the flow of personal information from unsecured mailboxes, where paper mail
can be a target for theft.
But as people have increasingly turned to email and online bill paying, the agency's giant distribution network and workforce have become too big for the smaller volume of paper mail
Brokers can connect with Health Republic through New York's NY State of Health exchange website or through fax, e-mail, paper mail
or other traditional channels, Friedman says.
The most common reason that limited electronic interaction of an enterprise with public authorities was the fact that electronic procedures still require exchange of paper mail
or personal visits (43.0% of enterprises that used computers).
Back then, we read paper mail
from readers (or saw what they posted on a Compuserv bulletin board).