EMAIL is an answer for the NYT Crossword puzzle. Here you can get the history and usage for EMAIL in NYT Crossword from 1994.

This "EMAIL" answer was first appeared in "16 Mar 1994" NYT Crossword for the hint of "High-tech memos". It was authored by Fred Piscop. Recently, the "EMAIL" answer has been used for "4 Dec 2023" NYT Crossword for the hint of "Content of a clickable envelope icon". It was authored by Sean Ziebarth. "EMAIL" appeared 163 times in Shortz Era puzzles. So lets take a look for clue and answer history of "EMAIL" word.

Date Grid Clue Author
4 Dec 2023 29D Content of a clickable envelope icon Sean Ziebarth
18 Oct 2023 62A What a server may “serve” Joseph Gangi
17 Sep 2023 118A Component of some chains Jill Rafaloff and Michelle Sontarp
14 May 2023 105D What might have attachment issues? Sid Sivakumar
23 Apr 2023 100D Where @ is at? Katie Hale and Scott Hogan
4 Apr 2023 15A It may have an attachment for you Andrea Carla Michaels and Christina Iverson
4 Dec 2022 24D Communicate with, in a way Gustie Owens
28 Jul 2022 67A It has options for “cc” and “bcc” Bill Pipal and Jeff Chen
4 May 2022 56A Spammer’s medium Eric Bornstein
28 Apr 2022 42D “This meeting could’ve been an ___” Pao Roy
8 Mar 2022 52D Message sent with a click Mary Lou Guizzo
17 Nov 2021 36D ___ alert Anne Grae Martin
12 Oct 2021 13A The first one was sent in 1971 Conor Sefkow
1 Aug 2021 37A Something sent on a Listserv Matthew Stock
9 Feb 2021 34A What a “swoooosh” sound may signal is on its way Colin Ernst
23 Dec 2020 68A Kind of account Juliana Tringali Golden
2 Nov 2020 33D Inbox accumulation Luke Vaughn
13 Sep 2020 74A What a pointless meeting probably should have been handled by MaryEllen Uthlaut
14 Jul 2020 53A Modern missives Stella Zawistowski
10 Jul 2020 30D Medium for modern marketing campaigns John Lieb
2 Jun 2020 20A A lot of it is spam John Guzzetta
20 May 2020 40A WikiLeaks source, perhaps Natan Last, Andy Kravis and The J.A.S.A. Crossword Class
3 Mar 2020 33A Alternative to a phone call Lynn Lempel
28 Feb 2020 15D Field added to the I.R.S.’s Form 1040 in 2019 Aimee Lucido
27 Feb 2020 34D Buildup during vacation Andrew Kingsley and John Lieb
18 Dec 2019 49A Modern marketing tool Margaret Saine
11 May 2019 24D Message on a tablet, say Robyn Weintraub
28 Apr 2019 50A Modern-day flood Brendan Emmett Quigley
24 Dec 2018 9D One might end “Sent from my iPhone” Brendan Emmett Quigley
30 Sep 2018 49A Buildup during vacation Natan Last
8 Aug 2018 56A An ever-increasing amount of an office workday, it seems Andrew Kingsley
6 Jul 2018 10D Some WikiLeaks leaks Robyn Weintraub
23 May 2018 50D Letters that don’t need stamps David Steinberg
17 Jan 2018 20A Texting alternative Jules Markey
16 Dec 2017 48D Modern torrent Sam Ezersky
2 Dec 2017 6D Something read with a scroll? Mark Diehl
9 Sep 2017 19A 2016 campaign topic John Guzzetta and Michael Hawkins
15 Jun 2017 15A Something in a drafts folder Richard F. Mausser
24 May 2017 58A Outlook function Michael Hawkins
15 May 2017 50D Letter that doesn’t need an envelope or stamp Peter Gordon
26 Mar 2017 55A It may carry a virus Tracy Gray and Jeff Chen
22 Mar 2017 65A Hacking target Jeffrey Wechsler
7 Mar 2017 2D Spam medium Freddie Cheng
22 Nov 2016 52D Kind of client Andrew Zhou
16 Oct 2016 50D Something to shoot off Tom McCoy
26 Sep 2016 31A Most correspondence nowadays Timothy Polin
25 Jan 2016 63A AOL service Ian Livengood
29 Oct 2015 64A Message from a server Sam Trabucco
24 Oct 2015 42D With 56-Across, a smartphone notification Andrew Zhou
9 Oct 2014 6D Letters that don’t go to the post office Joel Fagliano
19 Sep 2014 28A It’s often checked on a cell Finn Vigeland
14 May 2014 14A Alternative to U.S.P.S. Victor Barocas
4 May 2014 11D Subject of some computer settings Mary Lou Guizzo
17 Jan 2013 12D Text alternative Milo Beckman
12 Nov 2012 20A Online messages Randall J. Hartman
6 May 2012 1D In-box contents Alex Vratsanos
6 Mar 2012 33D Cybermessage Wesley Johnson
11 Aug 2011 15A It might have an attachment Parker Lewis
16 May 2011 51D Message sent with a click Ian Livengood
1 Mar 2011 2D iPhone capability C. W. Stewart
12 Dec 2010 72D Texting alternative Karen Young Bonin
27 Jun 2010 32D Google or Yahoo! service Michael J. Doran
30 Apr 2010 26A It might go through a filter Natan Last
25 Feb 2010 4D P.D.A. communiqué Holden Baker
3 Jan 2010 122A Questionnaire line Jeremy Newton
30 Sep 2009 68A iPhone function Kevin G. Der
6 Aug 2009 1D Modern letters Dan Naddor
4 Jul 2009 5D Send, in a way Peter A. Collins and Joe Krozel
19 May 2009 52D Messages that may contain emoticons Damon J. Gulczynski
3 Mar 2009 32A Modern means of relaying jokes Jeffrey Wechsler
14 Feb 2009 56A It’s often filtered Joe Krozel
4 Jan 2009 11D It might have an attachment Daniel A. Finan
25 Nov 2008 14A Something you click to open Caleb Madison
7 Aug 2008 31D What a server may serve Peter A. Collins and Joe Krozel
1 Jun 2008 80D It may come with attachments Patrick Berry
22 Apr 2008 14A Correspondence sans stamp Nancy Salomon
28 Feb 2008 9A Place for an emoticon Matt Ginsberg
21 Nov 2007 17A It may include a cc or bcc list Kelsey Blakley
24 Sep 2007 34D Cybermessages Fred Piscop
27 Aug 2007 67A Message from a BlackBerry, maybe Steven Ginzburg
18 Jun 2007 46D Earthlink transmission Randall J. Hartman
7 May 2007 27D Communication that may have an attachment Janet Bender
4 Apr 2007 19A Some BlackBerry reading Bette Sue Cohen
29 Mar 2007 25D Modern phone capability David J. Kahn
19 Mar 2007 64A Yahoo! or AOL offering Richard Chisholm
4 Feb 2007 19D *In-box contents Paul Guttormsson
1 Jan 2007 19A Modern missive Randy Sowell
6 May 2006 27D Screened correspondence? James E. Buell
11 Apr 2006 26A ‘Net letters Lee Glickstein and Nancy Salomon
6 Mar 2006 14A Kind of address with @ in it Jack McInturff
18 Jan 2006 32A service Sheldon Benardo
7 Dec 2005 14A Modern source of pass-along jokes Manny Nosowsky
17 Oct 2005 16A Messages via, e.g. Gregory E. Paul
16 Aug 2005 6D Letters on screens Randall J. Hartman
2 Aug 2005 29D Paperless communication Nancy Kavanaugh
5 May 2005 25D Where you might find “:-)” Chris Sallade
30 Jul 2004 12D Kind of address Manny Nosowsky
14 Jul 2004 15A In-box contents A. J. Santora
12 Apr 2004 44A Online correspondence Gail Grabowski
17 Aug 2003 108A It may arrive with attachments Elizabeth C. Gorski
22 Jul 2003 1A Letters that lack stamps Steven Kahn
16 Jun 2003 67A Online letter Norma Johnson
19 Mar 2003 24A Screen letters Alan Arbesfeld
5 Jan 2003 55D Letters that can’t be found at the post office Elizabeth C. Gorski
23 Nov 2002 41A Virus carrier, sometimes Dana Motley
20 Oct 2002 67A Screen writing? Harvey Estes and Nancy Salomon
30 Sep 2002 52A Letters that don’t need stamps Harvey Estes and Nancy Salomon
20 Sep 2002 49A Screened letters? Kevin Hagen
17 Jul 2002 58A PC letters Peter Gordon
10 May 2002 43D Unstamped reply Manny Nosowsky
26 Mar 2002 25D Messages via modem Nancy Salomon and Harvey Estes
27 Dec 2001 60A Modern memos Patrick Berry
9 Oct 2001 51D It might arrive with a beep Peter Gordon
30 May 2001 62A Spam, maybe Joe DiPietro
13 Apr 2001 12D In-box input Joe DiPietro
8 Apr 2001 78D It doesn’t leave a paper trail Randolph Ross
12 Mar 2001 61A Modern correspondence Gregory E. Paul
4 Mar 2001 27A Online item Cathy Millhauser
15 Nov 2000 27D Cybermissives Chuck Deodene
9 Oct 2000 15A AOL delivery Teresa M. Hackett
2 Oct 2000 38D PC messages Sarah Keller
29 Aug 2000 24D Correspondence that may come with attachments Peter Gordon
31 Jul 2000 7D Memo from a dot-com, maybe Marjorie Berg
29 May 2000 26D Modern memo Randall J. Hartman
25 May 2000 4D Modern virus carrier Elizabeth C. Gorski
7 Apr 2000 57A Modern memoranda Richard Silvestri
28 Jan 2000 19A It’s opened without a letter opener Manny Nosowsky and Martin Ashwood-Smith
13 Dec 1999 68A Cybernotes Dave and Diane Epperson
2 Dec 1999 32D Net result? Mel Taub
17 Nov 1999 57D Modern letters Fred Piscop
16 Oct 1999 5D It opens with a click Rich Norris
6 Oct 1999 4A Letters in cyberspace Fred Piscop
29 Aug 1999 73A Quick notes? Lou and Fran Sabin
29 Jun 1999 27A Desktop communication Arthur S. Verdesca
20 Apr 1999 16A Messages that can arrive at any time Elizabeth C. Gorski
20 Feb 1999 10A High-powered language? Rich Norris
28 Dec 1998 27D 90’s-style letters Adam G. Perl
12 Oct 1998 1A Modern communication Richard Chisholm
8 Oct 1998 41A Theme of this puzzle? Alan Arbesfeld
1 Sep 1998 16A Send via cyberspace Gene Newman
19 May 1998 54D Quick communication William S. Cotter
1 Apr 1998 25D Screen letters Alan Arbesfeld
19 Jan 1998 35A Internet messages Gregory E. Paul
6 Jan 1998 48D Cybermessages Ed Early
27 Dec 1997 11D PC post Martin Ashwood-Smith
29 Nov 1997 3D Letters, of a sort Rich Norris
10 May 1997 43A CompuServe service Isabel Walcott
8 Apr 1997 57A AOL memos Fred Piscop
27 Feb 1997 25D Internet messages Raymond C. Young
17 Nov 1996 36D Send N. N. Joline
25 Sep 1996 61A PC communications R. Norris
26 Jun 1996 18A Screened messages? P. Jordan
11 Jun 1996 29D Cyberspace messages G. E. Paul
4 Jun 1996 11D Internet missive E. Early
7 Apr 1996 16D Alternative to the post office C. Millhauser
30 Jul 1995 50A Certain postings Charles M. Deber
22 May 1995 46D Computer messages Gregory E. Paul
26 Apr 1995 15A Computer correspondence Wayne Robert Williams
4 Mar 1995 46A Cyberspace service Rand H. Burns
30 Nov 1994 45D Instant correspondence Joan Scott
16 Nov 1994 23A P.C. messages Chuck Deodene
19 Oct 1994 10D Modern messages D.J. Listort
16 Mar 1994 13D High-tech memos Fred Piscop

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