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151 Results for EMAIL

127 Shortz Era entries found. Click any date for context. Repeated clues show (number of Shortz Era occurrences). See the dictionary definition.

DateGridClueAuthor
Saturday, September 9, 201719A2016 campaign topicJohn Guzzetta and Michael Hawkins
Thursday, June 15, 201715ASomething in a drafts folderRichard F. Mausser
Wednesday, May 24, 201758AOutlook functionMichael Hawkins
Monday, May 15, 201750DLetter that doesn't need an envelope or stampPeter Gordon
Sunday, March 26, 201755AIt may carry a virusTracy Gray and Jeff Chen
Wednesday, March 22, 201765AHacking targetJeffrey Wechsler
Tuesday, March 7, 20172DSpam mediumFreddie Cheng
Tuesday, November 22, 201652DKind of clientAndrew Zhou
Sunday, October 16, 201650DSomething to shoot offTom McCoy
Monday, September 26, 201631AMost correspondence nowadaysTimothy Polin
Monday, January 25, 201663AAOL serviceIan Livengood
Thursday, October 29, 201564AMessage from a serverSam Trabucco
Saturday, October 24, 201542DWith 56-Across, a smartphone notificationAndrew Zhou
Thursday, October 9, 20146DLetters that don't go to the post officeJoel Fagliano
Friday, September 19, 201428AIt's often checked on a cellFinn Vigeland
Wednesday, May 14, 201414AAlternative to U.S.P.S.Victor Barocas
Sunday, May 4, 201411DSubject of some computer settingsMary Lou Guizzo
Thursday, January 17, 201312DText alternativeMilo Beckman
Monday, November 12, 201220AOnline messagesRandall J. Hartman
Sunday, May 6, 20121DIn-box contents (3)Alex Vratsanos
Tuesday, March 6, 201233DCybermessageWesley Johnson
Thursday, August 11, 201115AIt might have an attachment (2)Parker Lewis
Monday, May 16, 201151DMessage sent with a clickIan Livengood
Tuesday, March 1, 20112DiPhone capabilityC. W. Stewart
Sunday, December 12, 201072DTexting alternativeKaren Young Bonin
Sunday, June 27, 201032DGoogle or Yahoo! serviceMichael J. Doran
Friday, April 30, 201026AIt might go through a filterNatan Last
Thursday, February 25, 20104DP.D.A. communiquéHolden Baker
Sunday, January 3, 2010122AQuestionnaire lineJeremy Newton
Wednesday, September 30, 200968AiPhone functionKevin G. Der
Thursday, August 6, 20091DModern letters (2)Dan Naddor
Saturday, July 4, 20095DSend, in a wayPeter A. Collins and Joe Krozel
Tuesday, May 19, 200952DMessages that may contain emoticonsDamon J. Gulczynski
Tuesday, March 3, 200932AModern means of relaying jokesJeffrey Wechsler
Saturday, February 14, 200956AIt's often filteredJoe Krozel
Sunday, January 4, 200911DIt might have an attachment (2)Daniel A. Finan
Tuesday, November 25, 200814ASomething you click to openCaleb Madison
Thursday, August 7, 200831DWhat a server may servePeter A. Collins and Joe Krozel
Sunday, June 1, 200880DIt may come with attachmentsPatrick Berry
Tuesday, April 22, 200814ACorrespondence sans stampNancy Salomon
Thursday, February 28, 20089APlace for an emoticonMatt Ginsberg
Wednesday, November 21, 200717AIt may include a cc or bcc listKelsey Blakley
Monday, September 24, 200734DCybermessages (2)Fred Piscop
Monday, August 27, 200767AMessage from a BlackBerry, maybeSteven Ginzburg
Monday, June 18, 200746DEarthlink transmissionRandall J. Hartman
Monday, May 7, 200727DCommunication that may have an attachmentJanet Bender
Wednesday, April 4, 200719ASome BlackBerry readingBette Sue Cohen
Thursday, March 29, 200725DModern phone capabilityDavid J. Kahn
Monday, March 19, 200764AYahoo! or AOL offeringRichard Chisholm
Sunday, February 4, 200719D*In-box contents (3)Paul Guttormsson
Monday, January 1, 200719AModern missiveRandy Sowell
Saturday, May 6, 200627DScreened correspondence?James E. Buell
Tuesday, April 11, 200626A'Net lettersLee Glickstein and Nancy Salomon
Monday, March 6, 200614AKind of address with @ in itJack McInturff
Wednesday, January 18, 200632ANetzero.com serviceSheldon Benardo
Wednesday, December 7, 200514AModern source of pass-along jokesManny Nosowsky
Monday, October 17, 200516AMessages via MSN.com, e.g.Gregory E. Paul
Tuesday, August 16, 20056DLetters on screensRandall J. Hartman
Tuesday, August 2, 200529DPaperless communicationNancy Kavanaugh
Thursday, May 5, 200525DWhere you might find ":-)"Chris Sallade
Friday, July 30, 200412DKind of addressManny Nosowsky
Wednesday, July 14, 200415AIn-box contents (3)A. J. Santora
Monday, April 12, 200444AOnline correspondenceGail Grabowski
Sunday, August 17, 2003108AIt may arrive with attachmentsElizabeth C. Gorski
Tuesday, July 22, 20031ALetters that lack stampsSteven Kahn
Monday, June 16, 200367AOnline letterNorma Johnson
Wednesday, March 19, 200324AScreen letters (2)Alan Arbesfeld
Sunday, January 5, 200355DLetters that can't be found at the post officeElizabeth C. Gorski
Saturday, November 23, 200241AVirus carrier, sometimesDana Motley
Sunday, October 20, 200267AScreen writing?Harvey Estes and Nancy Salomon
Monday, September 30, 200252ALetters that don't need stampsHarvey Estes and Nancy Salomon
Friday, September 20, 200249AScreened letters?Kevin Hagen
Wednesday, July 17, 200258APC lettersPeter Gordon
Friday, May 10, 200243DUnstamped replyManny Nosowsky
Tuesday, March 26, 200225DMessages via modemNancy Salomon and Harvey Estes
Thursday, December 27, 200160AModern memosPatrick Berry
Tuesday, October 9, 200151DIt might arrive with a beepPeter Gordon
Wednesday, May 30, 200162ASpam, maybeJoe DiPietro
Friday, April 13, 200112DIn-box inputJoe DiPietro
Sunday, April 8, 200178DIt doesn't leave a paper trailRandolph Ross
Monday, March 12, 200161AModern correspondenceGregory E. Paul
Sunday, March 4, 200127AOnline itemCathy Millhauser
Wednesday, November 15, 200027DCybermissivesChuck Deodene
Monday, October 9, 200015AAOL deliveryTeresa M. Hackett
Monday, October 2, 200038DPC messages (2)Sarah Keller
Tuesday, August 29, 200024DCorrespondence that may come with attachmentsPeter Gordon
Monday, July 31, 20007DMemo from a dot-com, maybeMarjorie Berg
Monday, May 29, 200026DModern memoRandall J. Hartman
Thursday, May 25, 20004DModern virus carrierElizabeth C. Gorski
Friday, April 7, 200057AModern memorandaRichard Silvestri
Friday, January 28, 200019AIt's opened without a letter openerManny Nosowsky and Martin Ashwood-Smith
Monday, December 13, 199968ACybernotesDave and Diane Epperson
Thursday, December 2, 199932DNet result?Mel Taub
Wednesday, November 17, 199957DModern letters (2)Fred Piscop
Saturday, October 16, 19995DIt opens with a clickRich Norris
Wednesday, October 6, 19994ALetters in cyberspaceFred Piscop
Sunday, August 29, 199973AQuick notes?Lou and Fran Sabin
Tuesday, June 29, 199927ADesktop communicationArthur S. Verdesca
Tuesday, April 20, 199916AMessages that can arrive at any timeElizabeth C. Gorski
Saturday, February 20, 199910AHigh-powered language?Rich Norris
Monday, December 28, 199827D90's-style lettersAdam G. Perl
Monday, October 12, 19981AModern communicationRichard Chisholm
Thursday, October 8, 199841ATheme of this puzzle?Alan Arbesfeld
Tuesday, September 1, 199816ASend via cyberspaceGene Newman
Tuesday, May 19, 199854DQuick communicationWilliam S. Cotter
Wednesday, April 1, 199825DScreen letters (2)Alan Arbesfeld
Monday, January 19, 199835AInternet messages (2)Gregory E. Paul
Tuesday, January 6, 199848DCybermessages (2)Ed Early
Saturday, December 27, 199711DPC postMartin Ashwood-Smith
Saturday, November 29, 19973DLetters, of a sortRich Norris
Saturday, May 10, 199743ACompuServe serviceIsabel Walcott
Tuesday, April 8, 199757AAOL memosFred Piscop
Thursday, February 27, 199725DInternet messages (2)Raymond C. Young
Sunday, November 17, 199636DSendN. N. Joline
Wednesday, September 25, 199661APC communicationsR. Norris
Wednesday, June 26, 199618AScreened messages?P. Jordan
Tuesday, June 11, 199629DCyberspace messagesG. E. Paul
Tuesday, June 4, 199611DInternet missiveE. Early
Sunday, April 7, 199616DAlternative to the post officeC. Millhauser
Sunday, July 30, 199550ACertain postingsCharles M. Deber
Monday, May 22, 199546DComputer messagesGregory E. Paul
Wednesday, April 26, 199515AComputer correspondenceWayne Robert Williams
Saturday, March 4, 199546ACyberspace serviceRand H. Burns
Wednesday, November 30, 199445DInstant correspondenceJoan Scott
Wednesday, November 16, 199423AP.C. messages (2)Chuck Deodene
Wednesday, October 19, 199410DModern messagesD.J. Listort
Wednesday, March 16, 199413DHigh-tech memosFred Piscop

3 results for EMAIL from Variety puzzles.

DateTypeGridClueAuthor
October 13, 2013diagramless1ACybercorrespondenceFred Piscop
July 26, 2009panda59ACommunication that travels a mile in a split secondMel Taub
April 1, 2001diagramless46DKind of addressPeter Gordon

21 results for EMAIL from older pre-Shortz puzzles.

DateGridClueAuthorEditor
Saturday, April 17, 199360ATelecommunicated messagesKevin BoyleMaleska
Thursday, July 21, 198850DComputer communications, for shortEli WesoffMaleska
Saturday, December 20, 19862DBlue-green colorVaughn KeithMaleska
Monday, April 8, 198515AColor called bleu LouiseFrank GearyMaleska
Sunday, November 4, 198464DBleu LouiseErnst TheimerMaleska
Sunday, December 5, 198286DEnamelVirginia P. AbelsonMaleska
Saturday, July 1, 197848DFrench enamelA. J. SantoraMaleska
Wednesday, December 8, 197638DGreenish blueBert BeamanWeng
Friday, May 2, 197559AEnamel, in FranceDeWitt AndersonWeng
Sunday, April 6, 197519DBluish greenAnne FoxWeng
Monday, March 3, 197556AGreen-blue colorVirginia ButlerWeng
Sunday, June 2, 1974144ABluish greenBert BeamanWeng
Sunday, March 17, 197475AGreenish blueEugene T. MaleskaWeng
Sunday, June 7, 197098AGlossy coverAnthony MorseWeng
Friday, March 27, 196451AEnamel: Fr.UnknownFarrar
Sunday, March 22, 196411DEnamel: Fr.Eugene T. MaleskaFarrar
Monday, June 25, 19622DFrench enamel.UnknownFarrar
Thursday, April 5, 196257AFrench enamel.Roberta MorseFarrar
Sunday, June 25, 196154AEnamel: Fr.A. J. SantoraFarrar
Friday, December 22, 195032DEnamel: French.Charles CrossFarrar
Sunday, October 18, 19426DColor bleu Louise.Willard N. JordanFarrar

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