|E-mail clients in personal computer usually will connect to a nearby mail server to send e-mail. They do not directly connect to a remote server close to the recipient, or to a server at a bridge to another net, even if the recipient is there. Why?
Incorrect answers:Many students answered the question as if it had referred to getting incoming mail, not sending outgoing mail. POP and IMAP are not used for outgoing mail, and SMTP requires a computer to be up all the time only to be able to handle incoming mail.
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