Mastering Email Essentials (Chapter-9): 80 MCQs Mock Tests for Competitive Exam Prep

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Emails & Collaboration MCQs Test-1

20 MCQs
20 Marks
10 Minutes

1 / 20

Which year saw the introduction of the "@" symbol in email addresses?

2 / 20

What does "SMTP" stand for in the context of email?

3 / 20

What was the original purpose of email communication?

4 / 20

Who is often credited with sending the first email?

5 / 20

What is the purpose of the "Subject" field in an email?

6 / 20

What is an "email client"?

7 / 20

In which decade did email become widely adopted?

8 / 20

How do you access an email account through a web browser?

9 / 20

What was the first commercial email service?

10 / 20

Which part of an email message contains the recipient's email address?

11 / 20

What does "BCC" stand for in email?

12 / 20

Which type of email account allows you to access emails offline?

13 / 20

What is the main purpose of email?

14 / 20

Which protocol is commonly used for sending and receiving emails?

15 / 20

What is an "email attachment"?

16 / 20

Which part of an email address comes after the "@" symbol?

17 / 20

What is the purpose of an email signature?

18 / 20

Which of the following is an example of a popular email service provider?

19 / 20

What does "CC" stand for in email?

20 / 20

What does the term "email" stand for?

Topics/Syllabus covered in this Chapter’s Mock Test Series

Basics of electronic mail; Getting an email account; Sending and receiving emails; Accessing sent emails; Using Emails; Document collaboration; Instant Messaging; Netiquettes, Common email providers like Gmail, Yahoo, Rediff,etc.; Video-conferencing.

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