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The First Email http://www.mailmsg.com/history.asp

One of the first big email programs available to the general public (at least the first major one to catch on) is Eudora. This email client was first written in 1988 by Steve Dorner. At the time he was an employee at the University of Illinois.

For Inventor of Eudora, Great Fame, No Fortune - January 21, 1997 http://www.nytimes.com/library/cyber/week/012197eudora.html

Growing up in St. Charles, Ill., he once wanted to write fiction, but he ended up writing computer software instead. When he needed a name for the electronic mail system he was designing, a short story by Eudora Welty came to mind. It was called "Why I Live At the P.O."

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