Who send the first email, and when was the first email send?

Who send the first email?

The first email reputedly was send by Raymond Samuel Tomlinson. While there were earlier messaging systems around, they were applications where users on the same computer could leave messages for each other. Ray Tomlinson’s message was the first one to be sent between two computers. This was an experimental message and the two computers were actually in the same room.

Ray Tomlinson

When was the first email send?

It was in October 1979 when Ray Tomlinson sent his first email. He was, at the time, a computing engineer involved in the creation of the Arpanet, which, originally, was a scientific project and was the forerunner of what we now know as the Internet.

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