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E-mail << Genealogy and Technology <<

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What's In Them Where to Find Them How to Use Them***
Almost always include:
  • Ability to easily and cheaply send text messages to anyone else in the world on the Internet
  • Ability to send messages to groups of people at the same time

  • May also include:
  • Ability to attach files
  • Ability to confirm receipt
  • Through your Internet Service Provider
  • To network with others with similar genealogical interests
  • To share files - data and images - with others
  • To coordinate research efforts, family history publishing, reunion planning, etc.
  • To communicate your latest "find" quickly
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    *** Please share your suggestions for other uses of information found in family records here

    For more information on these important records, be sure to catch the Computer Records episode of Ancestors on your local PBS station.

     
     
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