- See mail.
- See External Gateway Protocol (EGP).
- See Event Integration Facility (EIF).
- electronic mail
- See mail.
- See Enterprise Mail Exchange (EMX).
- end user
- See user.
- Enterprise Mail Exchange (EMX)
- A product by SoftSwitch, Inc., that acts as a protocol converter
for electronic mail between the Unix/SMTP,
and cc:Mail protocols.
- The study of the problems of people in adjusting their environment
- See Extended Simple Mail Transfer Protocol
- Event Integration Facility (EIF)
- Defines and forwards management events from existing applications
to the Enterprise Console, and provides facilities to process the events.
- An indication that some event of particular interest has occurred,
such as an error in a procedure, an authorization failure or any other
unanticipated event. Generally, an indication that a request was not
- eXtended Markup Language (XML)
- A superset of HyperText Markup
Language (HTML) and another language in the Standardized General Markup Language (SGML)
family, used for instances of
programs (such as clients or servers) to exchange information.
- Extended Simple Mail Transfer Protocol
- Extensions to the Simple Mail Transfer
Protocol, defined in RFC 1869, that
allow for additional features.
- eXternal Data Representation (XDR)
- A standard
format (RFC 1832) for the common representation of data
between diverse platforms.
- external firewall
- A firewall between a company and the outside world (Internet).
Certain data (for example, mail and news) can flow unimpeded, but
interactive sessions or scripts cannot affect data in either inbound
or outbound directions. See also firewall,
internet, Unix to
Unix Copy (UUCP).
- External Gateway Protocol (EGP)
- A protocol, defined in RFC 904, that
defines how a router should interact with external networks.