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We've gathered a collection of our quizzes about messaging and email-related topics. Test your knowledge of administration, system integration, backup and recovery, and dealing with spam -- among other topics. Want to study up first? See below, our messaging and email-related learning guides and our larger collection of resources.

Need more basic information before you get started? See our definitions for Email, instant messaging, malware and spam.

 

Messaging and Email Learning Guides:

  • Email Marketing and the Spam Problem -- Test your grasp of direct email marketing fundamentals and ensure you're targeting your customers --  but not spamming them.

  • Email Security -- Take this quiz to find out how much you know about securing your organization's e-mail.

  • Exchange Geek-o-Meter -- Test your knowledge of Exchange Server essentials.

  • IM Lingo 4 U -- How much do you know about the snappy lingo that makes IMing and Twitter so fast and fun?

  • Spam, Spam and More Spam -- What do you know about spam and its partners-in-crime? Take this quiz to find out.

  • Writing for Business -- This quick quiz tests your knowledge of business writing basics.

  • Writing for Business -- See the Writing for Business blog for hundreds of questions and answers to help ensure your business messages are professional.

 

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