mailbox

  1. a private box for delivery of mail
  2. public box for deposit of mail

mailbox

[n] - a private box for delivery of mail
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Mailbox

(Digital cameras and photo printers) Either an answering machine or a computer service that enables the user to leave voice announcements, text messages, digital images or any other type of file. Ordinarily, mailboxes are accessed via telephone lines through the use of a modem.
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mailbox

letter box noun a private box for delivery of mail
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mailbox

In computing, folder in which e-mail is stored, typically divided into `in` and `out` trays. Users commonly have two mailboxes: one on their PC, and another at their mail server at the Internet Service Provider (ISP), where incoming messages await collection
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Mailbox

postbox
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Mailbox

[application] Mailbox is a freeware email management application for iOS, Android, and OS X developed by Orchestra, Inc. The application received coverage on numerous technology blogs for its ease-of-use and innovative features, including swipe-based email sorting and filtering. Weeks before its launch, pre-registration prompted a wait list...
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