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Mobile-phone-features

Many of us buy expensive cell phones with zillions of features, but remain clueless about their functions.

If you are one of those people, then, here’s what you need to know.
 
Speed dial
A feature that allows you to call your friends and loved ones just by pressing a single key on your phone’s keypad. Most modern day phones support this feature. You can assign any number to a contact you wish to call in a hurry.
 
To find out if your phone supports speed dial, unlock the keypad and press any numerical key for about 2 seconds (except 0 in most cases). If your phone starts dialing a number present in your phonebook or displays a message indicating ‘Number / Record not found’, it supports speed dialing.

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An E-mail Message
The first e-mail message was sent in 1971 by an engineer named Ray Tomlinson. Prior to this, you could only send messages to users on a single machine. Tomlinson’s breakthrough was the ability to send messages to other machines on the Internet, using the @ sign to designate the receiving machine.
An e-mail message has always been nothing more than a simple text message — a piece of text sent to a recipient. In the beginning and even today, e-mail messages tend to be short pieces of text, although the ability to add attachments now makes many e-mail messages quite long.

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