In the first place, On September 14, 1987, the first e-mail from China was sent by Professor Wang Yunfeng from Beijing to the University of Karlsruhe in Germany. This year is 2017. Looking back on the development of email and instant messaging Estonia Cell Phone Number in China over the past three decades. One cannot help but sigh at the email and its beautiful vision:Across the Great Wall, we can go to any corner of the world. With the advent of e-mail. The Estonia Cell Phone Number communication of information between people can be done so quickly and freely for the first time, allowing us to send a message to anyone in the world. The delivery speed of this Estonia Cell Phone Number email seems delaye and slow today, but at the time it had trans-generational significance. What have we been through with email over the past three decades? 1 Back then, people on the Internet like to call e-mail “Yi Meier”.
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On the contrary, the symbol @ has gradually fille people’s online life. In May 1997, Ding Lei decide to found NetEase. In November of the Estonia Cell Phone Number same year, together with Chen Leihua, a second-year student at South China University of Technology, he develope China’s first all-Chinese free e-mail system (the latter establishe the mail Estonia Cell Phone Number server system coremail. Which is still serving NetEase mailboxes. And has many university governments. corporate customers). In February 1998, Ding Lei had to sell NetEase’s free Estonia Cell Phone Number mailbox and 163.net domain name to Feihua for about 1.2 million yuan due to financial problems. While NetEase’s own mailbox was operate with the domain names of @yeah.net and @126.com.
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Soon after, Feihua.com sold 163.net to Shenzhen Xinfei.com at a price of 50 million. At that time, the number of users exceede 1.5 million. A year later. 163.net, which change hands several times, announce that the Estonia Cell Phone Number number of visits exceede 100 million. And the registere users exceede 3.5 million. In the end, in September 2000, TOM Online acquire 163.net e-mail for US$48 million. Which became Estonia Cell Phone Number one of the largest acquisitions in China’s Internet at that time. However. The name 163 finally returne to NetEase, 163.net gradually fade out of people’s attention Estonia Cell Phone Number after being acquire. And NetEase’s 163.com mailbox has become one of the most popular mailbox services. Around the millennium. The Internet companies at that time began to enter the portal website. And the mailbox has also become a territory that major websites are vying for. In 2001, the mailbox service industry starte a wave of charging,.