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  2. SIPRNet - Wikipedia

    According to the U.S. Department of State Web Development Handbook, domain structure and naming conventions are the same as for the open internet, except for the addition of a second-level domain, like, e.g., "sgov" between state and gov: Files originating from SIPRNet are marked by a header tag "SIPDIS" (SIPrnet DIStribution).

  3. HTML email - Wikipedia

    During periods of increased network threats, the US Department of Defense converts all incoming HTML email to text email. The multipart type is intended to show the same content in different ways, but this is sometimes abused; some email spam takes advantage of the format to trick spam filters into believing that the message is legitimate.

  4. History of Microsoft Exchange Server - Wikipedia

    "Unified Messaging": Lets users receive voice mail, e-mail, and faxes in their mailboxes, and lets them access their mailboxes from cell phones and other wireless devices. Voice commands can be given to control and listen to e-mail over the phone (and also send some basic messages, like "I'll be late")

  5. Hillary Clinton email controversy - Wikipedia's_email...

    The server itself runs a Microsoft Exchange 2010 server with access to emails over the internet being delivered by Outlook Web App. The web page is secured with a TLS certificate to allow information to be transmitted securely when using the website. However, for the first two months of its use – January 2009 through March 29, 2009 – the ...

  6. BlackBerry - Wikipedia

    BlackBerryis a brand of smartphones, tablets, and services originally designed and marketed by Canadiancompany BlackBerry Limited(formerly known as Research In Motion, or RIM).[1] Beginning in 2016, BlackBerry Limited licensed third-party companies to design, manufacture, and market smartphones under the BlackBerry brand.

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