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# Clue
1. French enamel
2. Enamel
3. Bleu Louise
4. Color called bleu Louise
5. Computer communications, for short
6. Telecommunicated messages
7. High-tech memos
8. P.C. messages
9. Instant correspondence
10. Cyberspace service
11. Computer correspondence
12. Certain postings
13. Screened messages?
14. PC communications
15. PC post
16. Screen letters
17. Quick communication
18. Send via cyberspace
19. Messages that can arrive at any time
20. Quick notes?
21. Net result?
22. Modern memoranda
23. Modern virus carrier
24. Modern memo
25. Memo from a dot-com, maybe
26. Online item
27. Modern correspondence
28. It doesn't leave a paper trail
29. In-box input
30. Spam, maybe
31. It might arrive with a beep
32. Modern memos
33. Messages via modem
34. Unstamped reply
35. Screened letters?
36. Letters that don't need stamps
37. Screen writing?
38. Virus carrier, sometimes
39. Letters that can't be found at the post office
40. Online letter
41. Letters that lack stamps
42. It may arrive with attachments
43. Online correspondence
44. In-box contents
45. Where you might find ":-)"
46. Paperless communication
47. Letters on screens
48. Messages via MSN.com, e.g.
49. Modern source of pass-along jokes
50. Yahoo! or AOL offering
51. Modern phone capability
52. Some BlackBerry reading
53. P.D.A. communique
54. Spam, for example
55. It's sent with a click
56. Inbox Zero target
57. Some iPhone messages
58. Some messages
59. Threaded correspondence
60. Reply all medium
61. Contact online
62. Contact option
63. Inbox pileup
64. It might be forwarded
65. It might be sent with a click
66. Many a meeting could have been one
67. Something checked on a phone
68. Internet post
69. 66 Down service
70. AOL offering
71. Net note (16th)
72. New virus carrier
73. Yahoo feature
74. Posts sans postage
75. Net receipts?
76. Virtual inbox fill
77. Fodder for some filters
78. Paperless correspondence
79. Send with a click
80. Contact a contact, perhaps
81. Inbox filler
82. Net receipts
83. Send a courtesy copy to, e.g.
84. Target of a filter, often
85. Message with an attachment, perhaps
86. Write, often
87. It may be written on a tablet
88. Message that may have an unsubscribe option
89. Tablet writing
90. Thread starter
91. Work chore for many
92. It might be spam
93. AN AUTOMATED ONE MIGHT BEGIN "I'M OUT OF OFFICE UNTIL ..."
94. Letter that might include an emoticon
95. CORRESPONDENCE WITH A MOUSE?
96. Alternative to chat-room communications
97. It doesn't need a stamp
98. Letters on a screen
99. Phone call supplanter
100. Type of communication that's always "monitored"?
101. Correspondence from podcast listeners
102. 'This meeting could have been an ___'
103. Internet communication
104. On-line letters
105. Cyberspace memos
106. It's quicker than the "snail" variety
107. Send via Internet
108. '90s notes
109. Contact in cyberspace
110. Digital dispatches
111. Click on the "Send" button
112. Surfer's communication
113. Web missives
114. Letters on the Web
115. Send on an impulse?
116. On-line message
117. Free Yahoo! offering
118. Outlook content
119. Messages from PCs
120. Letters not in envelopes
121. PC exchanges
122. Send on a PC
123. Virus spreader, often
124. It may have attachments
125. PC communication
126. Virus spreader, sometimes
127. Web correspondence
128. Some is spam
129. Area Man BCCs Psychiatrist On Every ___ He Sends (The Onion headline)
130. Monitored communication?
131. Smartphone missive
132. Source of some viruses
133. reagan.com offering
134. Cyberletters
135. Spam, at times
136. Correspondence created on keyboards
137. Fax alternative
138. Latter-day letter
139. Where ;-) means "Kidding!"
140. AOL correspondence
141. Spam, perhaps
142. Cyber-letters
143. Cyber-message
144. Online delivery
145. Unstamped letters
146. Notes that whoosh
147. PDA delivery
148. Paperless missive
149. Unfolded letters
150. Note via net
151. Whooshing delivery
152. Computer communique
153. File with an envelope icon
154. Typed messages
155. Quick-arriving correspondence
156. Virus spreader, at times
157. Addressable medium?
158. Communications that are always "monitored"
159. Modern messaging method
160. Terminal correspondence?
161. Modern-day posting
162. Message via modem
163. Messages sent by modem
164. Modem messages
165. One way to pass along a joke, nowadays
166. Post received on AOL
167. Modern letter
168. Often-filtered transmission
169. Virus carrier, at times
170. Letter successor, to a large degree
171. Outlook service
172. Smartphone function
173. Terminal communication
174. Phishing medium
175. Some spam
176. Fast-arriving letter
177. Letter that opens with a click
178. Outlook messages
179. Yahoo! service
180. It clicks open
181. It's often distributed in cc's
182. Message often included in its response
183. Modern box filler
184. User's service
185. *Microsoft Outlook service
186. Most letters, nowadays
187. Offering from your server
188. Computer message
189. Inbox message
190. Office chore
191. Phishing line?
192. Web message
193. Cyberspace memoranda
194. High-tech correspondence
195. Messages from computers
196. Office-communication system
197. PC-to-PC communication
198. AOL messages
199. Hi-tech communication
200. Internet posting
201. Hi-tech message
202. Modern messages
203. Cyber-notes
204. Messages via computer
205. Outlook Express feature
206. Memo sent by modem
207. PC postings
208. Paperless note
209. Message from an AOLer
210. Modern missives
211. PC message
212. Paperless letter
213. Paperless message
214. Send via PC
215. Spam medium
216. Message from cyberspace
217. Messages on a screen
218. Net notes
219. Spam of a sort
220. Stamp-saving service
221. Click "send"
222. Cyber-missive
223. Some correspondence
224. Sent free of charge
225. Contemporary correspondent
226. It may be moderated
227. Communicates with online
228. Office communications
229. Writes without pen or pencil
230. Key of Bruckner's Symphony No. 7: Abbr.
231. Diplomats' place: Abbr.
232. *Absence at a nudist colony?
233. Spammer's resource
234. Flowing forth
235. Diplomat's bldg.
236. Contacts via the Net
237. What Bruckner's Symphony No. 7 is written in: Abbr.
238. Chief of staff under Obama
239. Daley's successor as mayor of Chicago
240. Advertising department at a TV station?
241. Cause to blush, maybe
242. Bless ___ (1941 hit song)
243. Potential virus sources
244. Mummifies, e.g.
245. Complete shutout?
246. Attachأ©'s bldg.
247. Online shoppers' destination
248. Juneteenth
249. Harm in Democratic politics
250. Something read with a scroll?
251. Shoot over your response
252. Chicago mayor Rahm
253. Buildings in a Washington, D.C., "row"
254. Glow in the dark?
255. Glowing bit in a fire
256. Smartphone notification
257. Contacted without a trip to the post office, say
258. Worked on some screenwriting?
259. Writing in a window?
260. Inbox buildup
261. They may have attachments
262. Block, old-style
263. One reporting a fight
264. Inbox accumulation
265. Medium for modern marketing campaigns
266. What a pointless meeting probably should have been handled by
267. WikiLeaks source, perhaps
268. Something turned off on vacation
269. Message with many bcc's
270. I'll wait to hear from you online
271. Source of stress for a returning vacationer
272. Part of EMT
273. Retired female professors
274. Given concrete form through
275. Retired women professors
276. Roast VIPs
277. 'Bam!' chef
278. Act announcer
279. Arabian peninsula big shot
280. With 46 Down, Democratic fundraising group relevant to this puzzle
281. Tube award
282. Melbourne meat
283. Dubai leader
284. Commence, as a venture
285. Hearth bit
286. Smoldering ash
287. Set out on
288. Engraft
289. Glowing piece of coal
290. Start out
291. Set in deeply
292. Emission
293. Fully sink in
294. Fireplace diehards?
295. Cybernote
296. Smartphone message
297. iPhone communication
298. It may be filtered
299. Message sent with a click
300. Inbox contents
301. You might check it on your phone
302. It may have a spam filter
303. Elect. note
304. Electronic message
305. Modern communication system
306. Computer communication
307. AOL letter
308. Cyberspace post
309. Modem message
310. Space-age letters
311. WWW communications
312. Internet correspondence
313. It may contain emoticons
314. Paperless post
315. Postings sans postage
316. iPhone messages
317. BlackBerry message
318. Computer letters?
319. EarthLink messages
320. High-speed transmission
321. It may have an attachment
322. Let your fingers do the talking
323. Many a phishing communication
324. Many people check it often
325. Spambot's output
326. It doesn't require paper or postage
327. On-line correspondence
328. iPhone message
329. Android letters
330. Drop a modern-day line to, perhaps
331. Letter to the editor that might be received immediately
332. Microsoft Outlook offering
333. Send without stamps
334. Glossy cover
335. Enamel, in France
336. Green-blue color
337. Computer messages
338. Notes in cyberspace
339. Contacts, modern-style
340. Writes modern-style
341. Part of Chopin's Opus 10
342. Terminal activity
343. Issuing, as from a source
344. Massachusetts Ave. bldg., in D.C.
345. Theme of this puzzle?
346. Computer contacts
347. Scents, e.g.
348. Modern letters
349. Like modern messages
350. Modern correspondents
351. Key of Bruckner's Symphony No. 7
352. PC messages
353. Quick responses
354. Replies to a newsgroup
355. Stemmed
356. Cybermessages
357. Internet letters
358. Internet missive
359. Type of address
360. Modern missive
361. Cyberspace letters
362. Online letters
363. Texting alternative
364. It may come with attachments
365. Internet message
366. Net letters
367. Computer letters
368. Hi-tech letters
369. AOL delivery
370. AOL post
371. Communications that are always "monitored"?
372. One way to pass along a joke
373. Cyberspace message
374. Another note in the office
375. Cyberspace missives
376. Internet letter
377. It may be spam
378. Modern form of communication
379. BlackBerry messages
380. Call alternative
381. Letter that doesn't need a stamp
382. Send a message via PC
383. Where you might see a ":-)"
384. Cybermissives
385. Correspondence that may come with attachments
386. It's opened without a letter opener
387. PC letters
388. Kind of address
389. Communication that may have an attachment
390. Earthlink transmission
391. Message from a BlackBerry, maybe
392. It may include a cc or bcc list
393. *In-box contents
394. What a server may serve
395. Something you click to open
396. Correspondence sans stamp
397. Place for an emoticon
398. Messages that may contain emoticons
399. It's often filtered
400. Send, in a way
401. Modern means of relaying jokes
402. It might have an attachment
403. iPhone function
404. It might go through a filter
405. P.D.A. communiqu
406. Google or Yahoo! service
407. Questionnaire line
408. iPhone capability
409. Send
410. AOL memos
411. Internet messages
412. CompuServe service
413. Letters, of a sort
414. 90's-style letters
415. Modern communication
416. Cybernotes
417. Desktop communication
418. Letters in cyberspace
419. High-powered language?
420. It opens with a click
421. Inbox content
422. System of sending text and graphics from one computer to another
423. One to enter returning feeble computer message
424. Message a mile off
425. Modem/AI link-up incorporates communication method
426. Half of them will have trouble getting message
427. Enamel: French
428. "Area Man BCCs Psychiatrist On Every ___ He Sends" (The Onion headline)
429. "Here I go once again with the ___ every week I hope it's from a female" (Strongbad quote)
430. "I wanna put your number on the call block Have AOL make my ___ stop": Destiny's Child
431. "Inbox Zero" manages it
432. "Re: Re: FWD: FWD: FWD" medium
433. "Recently Deleted" folder filler
434. "Reply all" medium
435. "The Last Command" Oscar winner Jannings
436. '90s messages
437. 'Net letters
438. ... and the venue used
439. .net communique
440. 2016 campaign topic
441. A lot of it is spam
442. AOL letters
443. AOL notes
444. AOL service
445. Alternative to U.S.P.S.
446. Alternative to a phone call
447. Alternative to a text
448. Alternative to letter writing
449. Alternative to text messages
450. Alternative to texting
451. Alternative to the post office
452. An ever-increasing amount of an office workday it seems
453. Android transmission
454. Astronaut capability since 1991
455. Big name in book publishing since 1818
456. Bits of correspondence?
457. BlackBerry delivery
458. BlackBerry reading
459. Blast material
460. Blue-green color
461. Bluish green
462. Box contents
463. Buildup during a media fast perhaps
464. Buildup during vacation
465. Buildup during vacation maybe
466. Business card detail
467. Byline datum
468. Certain communication exchange originally upset actor Neeson (1-4)
469. Certain replies
470. Chain component
471. Click the "Send" button
472. Clickable communication
473. Clicked communication
474. Clicked message
475. Communicate by PC
476. Communicate by PC in a way
477. Communicate by computer
478. Communicate via laptop
479. Communication form that has dealt a blow to the stationery industry
480. Communication option
481. Communication that travels a mile in a split second
482. Compaq communique
483. CompuServe offering (hey remember CompuServe?)
484. Computer communications for short
485. Computer post
486. Computer users' correspondence: Hyph.
487. Computer-to-computer correspondence: Hyph.
488. Computerized correspondence
489. Contact a contact perhaps
490. Contact info
491. Contact frequently
492. Contact in a way
493. Contact often
494. Contents of some accounts
495. Correspond with mother and I boarding train (1-4)
496. Correspondence medium
497. Correspondence sans stamp say
498. Correspondence that's clicked
499. Cyber note
500. Cyber-correspondence
501. Cyber-messages
502. Cybercorrespondence
503. Cybermessage
504. Cybermissive
505. Cyberpostings
506. Cyberspace communication
507. Cyberspace epistle
508. Cyberspace letters: Hyph.
509. Cyberspace messages
510. Cyberspace note
511. Cyberspace posting
512. Deliver spam
513. Digital communication
514. Digital correspondence
515. Digital detox no-no
516. Digital letter
517. Digital message
518. Don't go postal?
519. Dot com letters
520. Dot-com communication
521. Draft in a window?
522. Droid downloads
523. Drop a line the modern way
524. Drop a modern-day line to perhaps
525. EarthLink letter
526. Electronic communication
527. Electronic delivery
528. Electronic messages
529. Electronic post
530. Enamel in France
531. Enamel: Fr.
532. Encryption candidate
533. Field added to the I.R.S.'s Form 1040 in 2019
534. Filtered communication
535. Filtered influx
536. Filtered letter
537. Filtered stuff
538. Form of communication
539. Form of electronic communication
540. Forward perhaps
541. Forwarded item
542. French enamel.
543. Get hold of in a way
544. Get in touch with often
545. Google letter
546. Google service
547. Greenish blue
548. Hacking target
549. High tech transmission
550. High-tech memo
551. High-tech memoranda
552. High-tech message
553. High-tech messages
554. High-tech missives
555. High-tech transmission
556. Hit "Send"
557. How opt-ins are often confirmed
558. How to stay in touch at sea
559. ISP offering
560. In-box filler
561. Inbox delivery
562. Inbox item
563. Information Age memo
564. Instant messaging
565. Intercompany communication
566. Internet feature
567. Internet interactions
568. Internet note
569. Internet service
570. It can be read on an iPhone
571. It could have a virus
572. It doesn't leave a paper trail?
573. It gets checked often
574. It may be forwarded
575. It may be sent in a blast
576. It may be sent through the cloud
577. It may be trashed or forwarded
578. It may carry a virus
579. It may come with something attached
580. It may have an attachment for you
581. It might be filtered
582. It might be read and then deleted
583. It might come with attachments
584. It saves a postage stamp
585. It's automatically filtered
586. It's made letter writing a dying art
587. It's more formal than a text
588. It's often checked on a cell
589. It's often deleted
590. It's provided free by most clients
591. It's sent online
592. It's spam a lot
593. Item Al Gore tends to lose
594. Item sent to a spam folder
595. Keyboard correspondence
596. Keyboard letters
597. Keyboard note maybe
598. Kind of account
599. Kind of address with @ in it
600. Kind of client
601. Let one's fingers do the talking
602. Letter on a screen
603. Letter on a tablet e.g.
604. Letter sent over the Internet
605. Letter sent through cyberspace
606. Letter substitute
607. Letter successor to a large degree
608. Letter that doesn't need an envelope or stamp
609. Letter that might go through a filter
610. Letter that requires clicking not licking
611. Letter that requires no postage
612. Letter that's opened with a double-click
613. Letter through a filter
614. Letter with an attachment maybe
615. Letter you can read without the light on
616. Letter these days
617. Letters displayed in Chrome
618. Letters on a screen?
619. Letters on screen
620. Letters on the screen
621. Letters sent via PC
622. Letters that are not at the post office
623. Letters that can arrive at any time
624. Letters that don't go to the post office
625. Letters without postage
626. Letters of a sort
627. Line dropped online
628. Line on a business card
629. Link letter?
630. Major cause of the Postal Service's dwindling revenues
631. Major source of spam
632. Many a meeting could be replaced by one
633. Marketing medium
634. Means of communication
635. Medium where addresses include "@"
636. Memo from a dot-com maybe
637. Memo that might contain a ":-)"
638. Message by modem
639. Message from a BlackBerry maybe
640. Message from a server
641. Message on a monitor
642. Message on a screen
643. Message on a tablet maybe?
644. Message on a tablet say
645. Message on an iPhone maybe
646. Message that may have an "unsubscribe" link
647. Message which might have a PDF attachment
648. Message with a subject line
649. Message with an attachment perhaps
650. Messages by computer
651. Messages on the computer
652. Messages via MSN.com e.g.
653. Messages with attachments
654. Method of many messages
655. Microsoft Outlook service
656. Missive from a smartphone say
657. Modern communications medium
658. Modern communique
659. Modern fan letter maybe
660. Modern marketing tool
661. Modern message
662. Modern office memo
663. Modern sales receipt option
664. Modern torrent
665. Modern way to contact the 15 DOWN guys (1 4)
666. Modern-day flood
667. Monitor letters
668. Monitor message
669. Monitored communications?
670. Most commonly used Internet application
671. Most correspondence nowadays
672. Most letters nowadays
673. Much of it is junk
674. Much of it is spam
675. Much-scrutinized material for Tom Brady and Hillary Clinton
676. My grandmother (bless her soul): "What do you mean they deliver ___ on Thanksgiving?"
677. Net delivery
678. Net gains?
679. Net letter
680. Net note
681. Net reading?
682. Net receipt
683. Net receipt?
684. Net receivables?
685. Netzero.com service
686. Note from a nethead
687. Note sent in Outlook Express e.g.
688. Note sent online
689. Note with a "print" option
690. Offering from Google or Yahoo
691. Office communication
692. Office communique
693. Office correspondence
694. On-line box-filler
695. On-line convenience
696. On-line letter
697. On-line missive
698. One in a modern thread
699. One type of message
700. One usually has a subject line
701. One way to deliver a message
702. One way to get one's message across
703. One way to pass along a joke nowadays
704. Online box filler
705. Online communication
706. Online memo
707. Online message
708. Online messages
709. Online missives
710. Online notes
711. Outlook Express stuff
712. Outlook files
713. Outlook function
714. Outlook offering
715. Outlook output
716. Outlook reading
717. Outlook stuff
718. Outlook transmission
719. PC letter
720. PC letters <P>etc.
721. PC notes
722. PC reading
723. PC to PC note
724. PC-to-PC correspondence
725. Palm reading?
726. Paperless messages
727. Phisher's message
728. Phishing missive
729. Phone displacer
730. Phone reading
731. Piece of Spam maybe?
732. Place for inedible spam
733. Place for many folders
734. Post sans postage
735. Potential virus carrier
736. Prodigy letter
737. Quick correspondence
738. Reach out to in a way
739. Response to a job posting on Monster.com say
740. Response to an on-line personal
741. Screen message
742. Screen messages?
743. Screen-to-screen messages
744. Screened correspondence?
745. Send a courtesy copy to e.g.
746. Send a fan letter nowadays
747. Send a letter nowadays
748. Send a message
749. Send a note to
750. Send a note to often
751. Send through cyberspace
752. Send in a way
753. Send on a computer
754. Server piece
755. Service that remarkably some people still pay for
756. Shoot a message to
757. Smartphone capability
758. Smartphone reading
759. Some Internet messages
760. Some WikiLeaks leaks
761. Some cellphone messages
762. Some computer messages
763. Some cybermessages
764. Some have worms
765. Some iPhone reading
766. Some of it is spam
767. Some screen writing
768. Some smartphone messages
769. Something in a drafts folder
770. Something sent with a click
771. Something taken into account?
772. Something to shoot off
773. Spam carrier
774. Spam container
775. Spam folder contents
776. Spam not in a can
777. Spam often served this way these days
778. Spam source
779. Spam at times
780. Spam e.g.
781. Spam for example
782. Spam maybe
783. Spam perhaps
784. Spam sometimes
785. Spammer's medium
786. Spread a virus perhaps
787. Stamp saver
788. Stampless correspondence
789. Subject of some computer settings
790. Tablet reading
791. Target of a filter often
792. Target of some filters
793. Terminal correspondence
794. Terminal message?
795. Text alternative
796. Text ancestor
797. Text message alternative
798. Texting ancestor
799. The Internet's most-used application
800. The White House has blamed Y2K for problems with this
801. The first one was sent in 1971 by Ray Tomlinson
802. The web's most-used application
803. Thoroughly modern memo
804. Transmissions via Internet
805. Type written letter?
806. USPS alternative
807. Unstamped letter
808. Urban-legend spreader
809. Virtual inbox filler
810. Virtual letter
811. Virus carrier
812. Virus carrier at times
813. Virus carrier maybe
814. Virus carrier sometimes
815. Virus spreader at times
816. Virus spreader often
817. Virus spreader sometimes
818. www letters
819. Web communique
820. Web letters
821. Web missive
822. What a Listserv delivers
823. What some inboxes hold
824. Where addresses include @
825. Where all addresses include @
826. Where your signature might be an image
827. WikiLeaks source perhaps
828. Word before address or client
829. Write without pen or pencil
830. Write often
831. Write perhaps
832. Write these days
833. Writing of one's account?
834. Yahoo offering
835. Yahoo! offering
836. You can hit "Reply All" on it
837. You can send one to letters @winespectator.com
838. You may forward one
839. You might be copied on one
840. You might copy someone on it
841. You might send one to Sportsline.com
842. You might send one to [email protected] saying how much you like the golf-word puzzle
843. You might shoot one off
844. ___ alerts (NYTimes.com breaking news service)
845. ___ surveillance
846. [email protected] messages
847. iPhone folder contents
848. iPhone transmission
849. Spam, e.g.
850. Contact, in a way
851. Communicate by PC, in a way
852. Correspondence sans stamp, say
853. 49-Down message
854. Issue
855. PC letters <P>etc.
856. Originate
857. Mus. key with four sharps
858. Started out
859. Spam often served this way these days
860. Plant firmly
861. Communicates via computer
862. Give forth
863. Send forth
864. It may have a virus
865. Gives forth
866. Sent a paperless message, in a way
867. They may come with attachments
868. Gives off
869. Put in a pen, maybe
870. Shelter in a cove
871. Build up, as a river's edge
872. Letters not at the post office
873. It eats spam
874. Letter medium
875. Mac's message?
876. Issues forth
877. Place to cyber-shop
878. Contents of Hillary's server
879. Sent via PC, perhaps
880. End of some addresses
881. Like Spam
882. Flow out
883. Spring
884. Hinder
885. ___ Row
886. Put out
887. Mummify
888. Mummifies
889. Issues
890. See 62-Down
891. Issuing forth
892. Throw out
893. Spring (from)
894. Free
895. Gave out
896. Key with four sharps: Abbr.
897. Flow (from)
898. Distinguished
899. Nail file material
900. Novelist Zola
901. Host a roast
902. Improve
903. Coming-out
904. Touch up, as text
905. Deep green
906. Comes into view
907. Symbol
908. Personifies
909. Correct, as a manuscript
910. Revise
911. Show host
912. ___ list
913. With all judges present
914. UAE member
915. Send off
916. She sometimes sings in Gaelic
917. Mideast bigwig
918. Give out
919. Imprison
920. Implant
921. Glowing coal
922. Smoldering coal
923. Stop legally
924. Smoldering coals
925. Trade prohibition
926. Hot coal
927. Part of a dying fire
928. Fix in the memory
929. Affranchise
930. Sent with a click
931. Imprisons
932. Come out
933. Senders of cybermessages
934. Stop
935. One who sends spam
936. Modern letter writer
937. Letter that requires clicking, not licking
938. Musical key with four sharps
939. Modern things to subscribe to
940. Keyboard note, maybe
941. Key of Anton Bruckner's Symphony No. 7
942. Arise.
943. Issuing forth.
944. Come forth.
945. Spring (from).
946. Send, on a computer
947. Write, these days
948. Spam, sometimes
949. Office communiquأ©
950. Enamel: Fr
951. What a 'swoooosh' sound may signal is on its way
952. English guy heard message
953. Messages in echo Irishman sent over
954. Cyber letter?
955. Lie around in the morning after returning message
956. Alternative to a text, perhaps