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Deploying E-Mail as an Official Communication Tool: Technical Prospect
wasan shaker awad
Pages - 373 - 384     |    Revised - 30-08-2010     |    Published - 30-10-2010
Volume - 4   Issue - 4    |    Publication Date - October 2010  Table of Contents
Information Security, e-mail, e-government
Applications are spreading widely through our lives entering every field controlling some of it and enhancing other; electronic mail, or e-mail, is the best known and most popular application of the Internet. More and more people see e-mail as a way to communicate quickly and affordably. Electronic mail can also provide an advanced means of communication and enhance the recently applied e-government program. The aim of this work is to study technically the official use of e-mail for the communication between the government and citizens. This paper is mainly for proposing an e-mail exchange system that can be used to fulfill the legal requirements, and to make the usage of e-mail as official communication tool is feasible.
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Dr. wasan shaker awad
Univ of Bahrain - Bahrain

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