Hundreds (often thousands) of pieces of electronic mail pass through this Macintosh SE/30 every day. In a week, this little machine handles more mail than the entire Internet did in its first ten years. Of course, the Internet wasn't originally intended for exchanging electronic mail. And Apple didn't contemplate people using SE/30s as Internet mail servers, either.
(Photo Copyright 1997 by Jon C. Thomason; taken with an Apple
QuickTake 150 camera)