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What does EMM stand for?

EMM stands for Electronic Mail Message


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  • Information technology (IT) and computers

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878 TOKASZ Establishes no person shall transmit unsolicited commercial electronic mail messages unless "ADV:" is the first four characters of the message; establishes no person shall transmit certain other unsolicited commercial electronic mail messages unless "ADV:ADLT" is the first eight characters of the message; establishes no person shall from a computer located in this state transmit unsolicited commercial electronic mail messages to another state resident unless the sender establishes and informs the recipient of a toll free telephone number or electronic message address where the recipient may notify the sender that he or she does not want any further commercial electronic mail messages; provides for enforcement by the attorney general.
does not authorize the use of its computer network (including its equipment located in the state of California) to accept, transmit, route, relay, handle, store or distribute any electronic mail messages that are or contain any of the following, as defined by California Business and Professions Code Sections 17538.
Prodigy offers only 30 free electronic mail messages per month.
They used a number of effective and inexpensive methods to carry out the message including the following: Special personalized letters from CEO John Sculley to everyone in the organization, a pre-recorded phone call from Sculley sent to each employee's voice mail phone box, carefully scripted Q&As for managers to provide in person with their direct reports, updates on the layoffs in the weekly employee newsletter and daily electronic mail message system.
As an example, if certain electronic mail messages are considered official records of business communications, those messages should be identified within the electronic mail system or be copied to a formal electronic recordkeeping system.
The Securities and Exchange Commission's enforcement staff is poring over electronic mail messages and other documents to determine more precisely Milken's role in a 1995 business agreement between MCI and News Corp, the newspaper said.