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) In detail, explain the difference between an email client and webmail
Web Mail This is a way to access and manage your email online through a Web site. You can retrieve, view, compose, and send email using a Web browser on any Internet-connected computer. All of your messages will be stored online. [ Since it's online, you can use it side by side with other sites without leaving your browser, and it's accessible from any Internet-connected computer in the
world. With this option, you send and receive email through a stand-alone email client (software) such as Microsoft(R) Outlook(R), Windows(R) Mail, or Mac Mail. You must have the email client installed on your computer and it must be properly set up to work with your AT&T Mail account. You can configure your email client so that all messages received are stored on your computer and removed from the AT&T Mail servers. Once removed from the mail servers, messages are no longer available via Web Mail. ]
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User: ) In detail, explain the difference between an email client and webmail

Weegy: Web Mail This is a way to access and manage your email online through a Web site. You can retrieve, view, compose, and send email using a Web browser on any Internet-connected computer. All of your messages will be stored online. [ Since it's online, you can use it side by side with other sites without leaving your browser, and it's accessible from any Internet-connected computer in the world. With this option, you send and receive email through a stand-alone email client (software) such as Microsoft(R) Outlook(R), Windows(R) Mail, or Mac Mail. You must have the email client installed on your computer and it must be properly set up to work with your AT&T Mail account. You can configure your email client so that all messages received are stored on your computer and removed from the AT&T Mail servers. Once removed from the mail servers, messages are no longer available via Web Mail. ]
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User: How would you explain the process of resetting Internet Explorer 10 back to default settings to a customer?

Weegy: For Windows 7 (should be the same in Windows 8): Click on the gear in the upper right corner of your screen and select Internet Options. Select the Security tab. Click Reset all zones to default. [ In the Privacy tab, look for settings, select Default. In the Advanced tab, select Reset Internet Explorer's settings to their default conditions. ]
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