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ELMElement
ELMEducational Leadership and Management (various organizations)
ELMElectronic Mail (UNIX)
ELMEast London Mosque (UK)
ELMElectronic Mail
ELMElasticity Buffer and Link Management
ELME-Mail List Management
ELMExperimental Logistics Module
ELMEvent Log Monitor (software)
ELMElaboration Likelihood Model
ELME-Learning Module (education)
ELMEnd of Life Management
ELMExperiment Logistics Module
ELMElementary Level Math (California State University, Sacramento)
ELMEdge-Localized Mode (physics)
ELMExport-Land Model (oil production)
ELMEukaryotic Linear Motif
ELMEnterprise Lifecycle Management (software)
ELMEntry-Level Mathematics Exam
ELMEnvironmental Lubricants Manufacturing, Inc. (Grundy Center, IA)
ELMEditorial de Las Letras Mudas (Spanish: Editorial of the Muted Letters)
ELMEspace Location Maintenance (French computer repair company)
ELMEmployee and Labor Relations Manual
ELMEnvironmental Landscape Management
ELMÉcole Libre de Métiers (French: Free Trade School)
ELMElluminate Live! Manager (software)
ELMElectronic Learning Marketplace (Maine Department of Education)
ELMElectronic Mailer
ELMEuropean Labour Market for Academic Graduates (conference)
ELMExpertise Location & Management
ELMEntity-Life Modeling
ELMElasticity-Buffer and Link Management (Motorola)
ELMEducation Loan Management Resources (Oakland, CA; est. 1994)
ELMElectronic Library for Minnesota Resources
ELMEnhanced Light Microscope
ELMError Log Manager
ELMEvolution Learning Manager (Outstart)
ELMExpendable Light Marker
ELMEffective Labour Market
ELMEvil Little Monkey (website)
ELMElectronic Line Monitoring
ELMExpress Lane Merchandiser
ELMElmira / Corning, NY, USA - Elmira Corning Regional Airport (Airport Code)
ELMElectrical Line Module (Siemens)
ELMExtended Linear Machine
ELMEasy Labor Management System
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Hence, given their non-reliability, it is likely that the information rule could not govern electronic mail acceptance under the English law.
This report adds to the body of research concerning the role of gender in gratifications obtained through electronic mail interaction.
This is consistent with Mintzberg's (1973, p 170) research findings that the manager's role is essentially one of communication and the electronic mail as basically a communication medium.
Furthermore, the graphical capability of the Web offered exciting and creative options not previously available using electronic mail.
Paul O'Donnell, finance officer at the Age Concern office in Leicester, said: "One of the benefits of updating was to create a proper, unified electronic mail system.
Kane (5) defines patient-provider electronic mail as a computer-based communication between clinicians and patients within a contractual relationship in which the health care provider has taken on an explicit measure of responsibility for the client's care.
Supporting the electronic mail industry's POP-3 standard, the IT-380 works with all compliant Internet Service Providers (ISPs) and online services, including CompuServe and Prodigy, and does not require a PC connection.
Many of our universities and colleges know something about the uses of electronic mail that we public school administrators have not caught on to, namely that e-mail is a powerful, dynamic medium that can transform the manner in which people interact, especially in educational settings.
Browsing the World Wide Web, exchanging electronic mail or entering a chat room doesn't have to mean shelling out $2,000 for a PC.
The network will allow employees to share electronic files and printing, and give them access to electronic mail and other applications.
WPA boss Julian Stainton said outside the High Court: "People regard electronic mail as transient in that the message disappears into the ether.
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