Sunday, 24 November 2013
1965 - Email is introduced at MIT.
1971 - Raymond Tomlinson allegedly sent “QWERTYUIOP” as the first email message ever sent.
1977 - A standard format (RFC 733) is proposed to enable sending email across the internet.
1977 - U.S. Postal Service foresees email as a potential threat to mail volumes.
1981 - The American Standard Code for Information Interchange adopted a process of letters, punctuation and symbols to digitally store information.
1982 - First use of the word "email."
1985 - Most users of email are Government and military employees, students and academic professionals.
1988 - The first commercial email product, Microsoft Mail is released for the Mac.
1989 - CompuServe offers Internet connectivity and email to its subscribers.
1989 - IBM releases Lotus Notes 1.0.
1991 - Email spam begins.
1993 - BellSouth and IBM unveil Simon Personal Communicator, the world's first mobile phone with PDA features, including email capability.
1993 - AOL and Delphi connect their proprietary email systems to the Internet.
1992 - Microsoft Outlook for MS-DOS is released.
1996 - Sabeer Bhatia and Jack Smith launch "HoTMail," one of the first free Web-based email services.
1997 - Microsoft Outlook 97 is released, offering a central hub that includes email, scheduling, contact management, task management and a journal module.
1997 - Yahoo! introduces Yahoo! Mail.
1997 - Microsoft purchases Hotmail for approximately $400 million.
1998 - "You've Got Mail" premiers at the box office.
1998 - HTML and rich text formatting is introduced to email messages.
2000 - Microsoft launches Outlook 2000 which includes the ability to incorporate personal, corporate and Web-based information in one place.
2000 - Microsoft introduces Entourage mail for Mac.
2003 - The BlackBerry smartphone is introduced to the public.
2004 - The Federal Trade Commission passes email spam laws.
2011 - Associated Press Stylebook changes "e-mail" to email.
2012 - In the United States, 90 million Americans access email through a mobile device, with 64% of them doing it on a daily basis.
2013 - There are more than 3 billion email accounts across the globe, and approximately 294 billion emails are sent per day.
Sources: Microsoft, Mashable, Macworld, AP Stylebook, Wikipedia.
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