We all believe that Email was invented by Americans, but that’s not true. In 1978, a 14-year-old named http://dcstadiumdistrict.com/wp-json/oembed/1.0/embed?url=http://dcstadiumdistrict.com/properties-for-sale/ V.A. Shiva Ayyadurai developed a computer program, which replicated the features of the interoffice, inter-organizational paper mail system. He named his program “EMAIL”.Shiva filed an application for copyright in his program and in 1982 the United States Copyright Office issued a to him on the program.
In the summer of 1978, Shiva had been recruited for programming assignments at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey (UMDNJ) in Newark, New Jersey. One of his supervisors, Dr. Leslie P. Michelson, recognized his abilities and challenged him to translate the conventional paper-based interoffice and inter-organizational communication system (i.e., paper-based mail and memoranda) to an electronic communication system.
He http://constructorapi.com/oficinas-y-locales-bogota-galeria-sorrento-pi-constructora-pi determined that the essential features to be included functions corresponding to “Inbox”, “Outbox”, “Drafts”, “Memo” (“To:”, “From:”, “Date:”, “Subject:”, “Body:”, “Cc:”, “Bcc:”), “Attachments”, “Folders”, “Compose”, “Forward”, “Reply”, “Address Book”, “Groups”, “Return Receipt”, “Sorting”. These capabilities were all to be provided in a software program having a sufficiently simple interface that needed no expertise in computer systems to use efficiently to “Send” and “Receive” mail electronically. It is these features that make his program “email” and that distinguish “email” from prior electronic communications. enter Many organizations however credits Raymond Tomlinson as inventor.
Having said all that instead of going with popular stories I would go with hard core facts which clearly indicates only one person who invented email. V.A. Shiva Ayyadurai. Let us share this article and thank him for the most important invention.