The various application related terms that have been used in this guide are as follows:

CMS: Stands for Content Management System. CMS refers to software that can be used for managing all the content used in a website. The managed content may include simple text, audio and video files, image files, documents, and Web content.

Joomla: Refers to a free, open-source CMS, which enables you to build websites and online applications.

Front-end: Refers to the part of a website that is displayed to the general public.

Back-end: Refers to the part of a website that is accessible only to authorized users.

API: Stands for Application Programming Interface. APIs allow you to integrate the JoomSuite Inbox with other JoomSuite components, such as JoomSuite People Touch and JoomSuite Member.

B2B: Stands for business-to-business e-commerce. With the B2B feature, JoomSuite Inbox helps business groups to communicate on a single site in order to have Web access to product information and availability, order status and history, and account information.

CC: Stands for Carbon Copy. It is a copy of a message sent to an addressee other than the main addressee.

BCC: Stands for Blind Carbon Copy. It is a copy of a message sent to a recipient whose email address does not appear in the message. JoomSuite Inbox provides the CC and BCC features equipped with AJAX address book.

Shadowbox: Refers to a JavaScript modal media viewer application for viewing images, video, Flash, and other content in a modal window. Using Shadowbox, website authors can display a wide variety of media in all major browsers without navigating away from the linking page.

Modal: Refers to a form or dialog box that keeps the focus until it is closed.

SSL: Refers to a commonly-used protocol for managing the security of a message transmission on the Internet.

Secure Site: Refers to a site that uses the HTTPS protocol to ensure security of information transmitted between the sender and the receiver.