Shows how email works...
We provide software to help teach computer science.
Interactive Email is a useful introduction to the world of electronic mail and shows how email works. Useful to simulate the creation of messages. Watch as messages travel through mail servers and points of presence.
Students use Interactive Email to demonstrate how email works.
With Interactive Email a message is typed in by the student. The message is then sent to another virtual computer. The student can see the email travel through cabling and servers until it reaches a mail server. The student then retrieves the message from the mail server.
A 3D earth globe that can be rotated and zoomed in on is populated with computers that connect to virtual point of presence (POP) cabling connects these together.
As data travels through the cable it turns red.
Virtual IP addresses are assigned to each computer.
Computers are situated in most European countries and USA.
Simulates sending emails through different countries and shows how email works..
Requires a PC or laptop
With Windows XP/VISTA/7/8/10 and DirectX 8.1 or higher.