(87.) See, e.g., Mailgram
from Baker & Higgins, supra note 42; Mailgram
from Michael McConnell to Bella Abzug, U.S.
For example, in Hessenthaler, the court held that a mailgram
was a "signed writing" in compliance with the statute of frauds applicable in a real estate transaction.
Once the system is in place, sending a Mailgram
, a letter, or a certified letter should be almost as simple as generating a letter in your own word processing program.
Western Union begins commercial Mailgram
Odiorne said in an April 16 mailgram
. "Now, if that sounds like war, well, in our world of selling that's what it is." Explaining the name "Operation 111," the mailgram
said that McNeil hoped to reap $111 million in annual sales of sister drugs Zomax and Tolectin.
We have found a way to adapt the spooled output of Collections Plus to the Western Union MailGram
and E-Mail System through our PC and modem.
They signal NAM members to get on the phone, or send a mailgram
via The Source, NAMNET's online host, and apply some clout to their lawmakers.
With a comprehensive service, a subscriber can send messages to virtually anyone in the world via telex, telegram, mailgram
, cablegram or computer letter.
Western Union Opens "Mailgram
" Center Top officials of the United States Postal Service and Western Union dedicated a new computer center in Mahwah, New Jersey for "Mailgram
" next business day delivery service.--February
"Our meetings have ben only sporadic, with inadequate prior notice and without benefit of minutes, studies or essential planning documents," she said in an urgent Mailgram
. "I am utterly dismayed at the manner in which the business of this so-called committee has thus for been conducted." Many members shared her view.
In 1972, electronic mail (such as "Mailgram
," a joint venture by the United States Postal Service and Western Union) had a $33 million annual sales base.