Mailgram


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Mail·gram

 (māl′grăm′)
A trademark for a telegram transmitted to a post office and delivered to the addressee by the postal service.

Mail•gram

(ˈmeɪlˌgræm)
Trademark.
a message transmitted electronically to a post office and then delivered by regular mail.
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(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 service...
Proposals by electronic transmission, telegraph, mailgram or facsimile will not be considered.
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.