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web·mail

 (wĕb′māl′)
n.
A service providing the ability to read and send email at a website.
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webmail

(ˈwɛbˌmeɪl)
n
(Computer Science) computing a system of electronic mail that allows account holders to access their mail via an internet site rather than downloading it onto their computer
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webmail

[ˈwebˌmeɪl] Ncorreo m web
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