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EMA

(1) (Enterprise Management Architecture) An earlier strategic plan from Digital for integrating network, system and application management. It provided the operating environment for managing a multi-vendor network.

(2) (Electronic Messaging Association, Arlington, VA, www.opengroup.org) A membership organization founded in 1983 devoted to promoting email, voicemail, fax, EDI and other messaging technologies. In 2001, the EMA was folded into The Open Group.
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To assist firms in this process, the Electronic Mail Association has created a toolkit to help firms in formulating E-mail policies and identifying relevant criteria needed in the decision-making process.
The last day of the conference was held in conjunction with a meeting of the Electronic Mail Association, which represents nearly 7 million E-mail users.
The number of Electronic Mail messages sent annually will grow from 3.9 billion messages in 1992 to over 14 billion messages by 1995, according to figures from the Electronic Mail Association published in the Aug., 1992 Communications News.

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