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Emails, or e-mails, were messages distributed by electronic means from one computer to another via a network, typically the Internet. (PROSE: The Twilight Streets)

In 1941, the Ninth Doctor told Rose Tyler that he was "email[ing] the upgrade" before he threw nanogenes to cure the Empty Child victims. (TV: The Doctor Dances)

On Earth, such technology was used as early as of the 2000s, (TV: Rose) and was still common as of 2040. (PROSE: Outsourcing)

Keri once received a spam email from Galaxy Five's Readers Digest. (PROSE: Big Bang Generation)

Ianto Jones' email address was iantojones@torchwood.co.uk. (AUDIO: Fall to Earth)

In 2003, Gabrielle Graddige wrote an e-mail to the Brigadier soliciting his opinions on the "InterCom Affair", so that his thoughts could be incorporated into her book, War in Space - the Real Story. (PROSE: The King of Terror)

In 2007, Elton Pope intended to keep in touch with Colin Skinner via email as he searched for Bridget Sinclair with Victor Kennedy. However, Elton found that Skinner had been absorbed by Victor soon after. (TV: Love & Monsters)

During the Atraxi incident in 2008, email was one of the methods suggested by the Eleventh Doctor to Jeff Angelo to spread his computer virus across the world. (TV: The Eleventh Hour)

Vivien Rook designed an email to be automatically sent to Torchwood if she failed to return to her desk at 10:30pm. Jack Harkness later retrieved the message, finding it contained information on Harold Saxon's Archangel Network. (TV: The Sound of Drums)

In 2009, Jo Nakashima sent an email to Colonel Alan Mace of UNIT concerning her investigations regarding a number of deaths related to ATMOS systems. (TV: The Sontaran Stratagem)

The Twelfth Doctor's sonic sunglasses could send and receive emails. A virtual version of the Doctor used this to send the real Doctor a recording of the Monks' simulation called Extremis. (TV: Extremis)

Emails were banned on Traken as they were too distracting. (AUDIO: Ghost Walk)