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    #1

    client

    Does the "client" in the following refer to a computer, not the person who receives some service?

    When Steve first demonstrated NeXT and its communication-heavy software to an audience, a sample e-mail appeared in the system's client that began: "Dear Steve."

    Thank you.

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    Re: client

    (Not a Teacher)

    Maybe. A client can be anything that uses a service that the server provides.

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