You can use three types of addresses in the
``To'' header line
of a message to make sure it gets to the correct person:
login names, network addresses, and aliases.
If you are sending a message to someone who works on the same
computer as you, that person's address is their login name.
If your computer is part of a network of computers, and you
are sending a message to someone on a different computer,
you have to include the network address
for the person's home computer in addition to their login name.
For more information on networks and network addresses see
``Addressing mail to users on other systems''.
If you routinely send mail to a certain group of people,
it may be advantageous to use a
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