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    Exclamation Upomoć!!!

    Dobila sam temu za seminarski rad:"Istorijat e-mail-a".Ne mogu da pronadjem nista o tome pa ukoliko neko zna nesto ili zna gde mogu da nadjem informacije na tu temu,neka mi piše!Unapred zahvalna!



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    Ala si ubola mesto za postavljanje teme!
    Pomeri to negde drugde, ovde retko ko zalazi....

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    Dobro ti je rekao...
    Postavi je u Surfere....

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    Pa nastao je u Amerii -pre 30 godina poslata je poruka sa jednog fakulteta na drugi.Intezivni razvoj dozivljava 90-tih......

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    Eto ti Joana... Napisi to sto ti Vito kaze kao uvod...

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    Nije fora da ti mi napisemo ce seminarski rad....Tema je prostakoristi malo "Google" i mozak .I onda ti je lako da istampas nadjene strane..

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    E-mail predates the Internet; existing e-mail systems were a crucial tool in creating the Internet.

    E-mail started in 1965 as a way for multiple users of a time-sharing mainframe computer to communicate. Although the exact history is murky, among the first systems to have such a facility were SDC's Q32 and MIT's CTSS.

    E-mail was quickly extended to become network e-mail, allowing users to pass messages between different computers. The early history of network e-mail is also murky; the AUTODIN system may have been the first allowing electronic text messages to be transferred between users on different computers in 1966, but it is possible the SAGE system had something similar some time before.

    The ARPANET computer network made a large contribution to the evolution of e-mail. There is one report [1] which indicates experimental inter-system e-mail transfers on it shortly after its creation, in 1969. Ray Tomlinson initiated the use of the @ sign to separate the names of the user and their machine in 1971 [2]. The common report that he "invented" e-mail is an exaggeration, although his early e-mail programs SNDMSG and READMAIL were very important. The first message sent by Ray Tomlinson is not preserved; it was "a message announcing the availability of network email"[3]. The ARPANET significantly increased the popularity of e-mail, and it became the killer app of the ARPANET.
    As the utility and advantages of e-mail on the ARPANET became more widely known, the popularity of e-mail increased, leading to demand from people who were not allowed access to the ARPANET. A number of protocols were developed to deliver e-mail among groups of time-sharing computers over alternative transmission systems, such as UUCP and IBM's VNET e-mail system.

    Since not all computers or networks were directly inter-networked, e-mail addresses had to include the "route" of the message, that is, a path between the computer of the sender and the computer of the receivers. E-mail could be passed this way between a number of networks, including the ARPANET, BITNET and NSFNET, as well as to hosts connected directly to other sites via UUCP.

    The route was specified using so-call "bang path" addresses, specifying hops to get from some assumed-reachable location to the addressee, so called because each hop is signified by a "bang sign" (the exclamation mark, !). Thus, for example, the path ...!bigsite!foovax!barbox!me directs people to route their mail to machine bigsite (presumably a well-known location accessible to everybody) and from there through the machine foovax to the account of user me on barbox.

    Before auto-routing mailers became commonplace, people often published compound bang addresses using the { } convention (see glob) to give paths from several big machines, in the hopes that one's correspondent might be able to get mail to one of them reliably (example: ...!{seismo, ut-sally, ihnp4}!rice!beta!gamma!me). Bang paths of 8 to 10 hops were not uncommon in 1981. Late-night dial-up UUCP links would cause week-long transmission times. Bang paths were often selected by both transmission time and reliability, as messages would often get lost..

    E-mail became an increasingly important feature of work group collaboration products developed by vendors such as Wang, Lotus, IBM, and Microsoft. These systems often provided enhanced e-mailfeatures (such as file attachments, Rich Text Format, and delivery confirmation), but only when sending e-mail to other users of the same system. These systems communicated with other, non-like, systems via specialized e-mail gateways which translated one vendor's (usually proprietary) e-mail format into a form understandable by another vendor.

    The CCITT developed the X.400 standard in the 1980s to allow different e-mail systems to interoperate. Roughly at the same time, the IETF developed a much simpler protocol called the Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) which has become the de facto standard for e-mail transfer on the Internet. With the advent of widespread use of home personal computers connected to the Internet, interoperability via SMTP-based Internet e-mail has become a critical feature for all e-mail systems.

    In 1969 US Air Force users were sending text messages by keypunching cards with long text messages using one card for each 80 character line and transmitting them as card decks from one computer to another. By 1979, US Air Force users were logging onto central computers and leaving messages for government contractors and other US Air Force users to read in special file areas where their replies were often received back within hours. By the end of 1983 US Air Force users were using user names like alclark@vax1.mil to send e-mail between a nationwide linkup of VAX computers. By 1984 these same users were using personal computers for same.

    In 1979, the US Post Office bought a computer specifically for email, but wound up selling it to private industry.

    In 1982 the White House adopted a prototype e-mail system from IBM called the Professional OfficeSystem, or PROFs for the National Security Council (NSC) staff. By April 1985, the system was fully operational within the NSC with home terminals for principals on the staff. And by November of 1986 the rest of the White House came online, first with the PROFs system, and later (by the end of the 1980s) through a variety of systems including VAX A-1 ("All in One"), and ccmail.


    Evo ti,samo ovo prevedi...

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    nadji Bulmu2005 da ti prevede ...
    A da... Bulma se naljutio i vise nece da ostavlja poruke

    Moj mu usput...

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    Ma mogu ja prevesti,nego me mrzi

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