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Webmail

(1) A common term for a Web-based email service such as Yahoo! Mail and Google's Gmail. See email interfaces.

(2) An earlier name for Netscape's Web-based email service, later named Netscape Mail (www.netscape.com).
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So the most important way to spot a scam is to see if the sender's email has originated from the webmail of the companies/organizations he or she claims to represent.
"Though we've yet to see any evidence of job seekers' chosen webmail provider affecting their job search success, your choice of address could affect your applications," continued Brady.
Executive has tested Mailvelope and Enlocked add-ons for webmail clients (Gmail and Hotmail), and they proved very user friendly.
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Hackers covet webmail login passwords, as evidenced by the trade for login credentials on black market forums.
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After several years of dominance, Microsoft's Web-based email service, Hotmail, has been (http://googleblog.blogspot.com/2012/06/chrome-apps-google-io-your-web.html) unseated by Google's significantly younger webmail service, Gmail.