resend


Also found in: Wikipedia.

resend

(riːˈsɛnd)
vb (tr)
to send again or back
Translations
References in periodicals archive ?
This meant the university had to resend some of the results and publicly explain what had gone wrong.
Summary: The Union of Driving Schools called Monday on President Michel Sleiman to resend the draft traffic law to Parliament so it could be rewritten in a way that reflects "equality.
The attackers are able to receive, Trojanise, and resend a document within 120 minutes of its release, indicating a high level of sophistication," the warning said.
If you think this is the case, please resend, unless you are a Canadian pharmacy, dating service or mortgage broker.
Had he taken the bait, as others did, he would have inadvertently installed spy software that would track his Web habits, barrage him with pop-up ads, and trigger a virus to resend the invitation to everyone on his buddy list.
Customers can choose to resend messages via their existing VAN provider, or via the private and secure Sterling Commerce contingency network service.
If you tried to contact the newspaper by e-mail during that time, please resend.
com and quickly generate an automated license resend with MyLicenseTracker.
Penthera's Mediacast also reduces broadcaster costs while optimizing the use of network bandwidth by alleviating the need to continually resend entire files until received without interruption, a challenge in the interruption-prone mobile broadcast environment.
If the timer expires, the application will resend the data block.
In the Swedish case, the Trojan software stole user information before displaying an error message asking the customer to resend the data.
In addition, agents will take advantage of IVANS Single Policy Resend capability to better serve its customers.