anonymous
  • anonymous
Which part of an email identified who offered the address
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anonymous
  • anonymous
test@gmail.com gmail.com <
Rushwr
  • Rushwr
"test" is going to be the one who sent you the email ! ".com" is the extension. If they are asking the person who offered the address it should be the server. gmail.com is the server DOMAIN NAME ! What offers the address is JUST THE SERVER! So what do you think the answer would be ?
anonymous
  • anonymous
I'm not sure what you mean. He asks what part of an email IDENTIFY who offered the address. When you ask someone for a email typically you mean their email address. The domain name points to the server. Its like a address to a house. Isn't it right to just say the domain name(address). How can you just say the server(house). So lets say the question he asked was for a quiz or test. Parts of a Email Quiz v.1 Name __________________ Test@gmail.com 1.According the the email above. Which part of the email identify who offered the address. The server. Do you expect him to put the server. Or the domain name gmail.com.

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Rushwr
  • Rushwr
I guess it is gmail.

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