electronic mailbox

electronic mailbox

n
(Telecommunications) a device used to store electronic mail
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The report's conclusions are based on interviews, comments from an electronic mailbox and court surveys.
Beyond the needless hype created for instant messaging, for instance, one finds heaps of messages that lie festering and unanswered for long in one's electronic mailbox that is loftily supported by so-called artificial intelligence, but it is not wise enough to prioritise the most urgent messages, burying them in the communication graveyard known as the junk folder.
(1) Digital post: An electronic mailbox system for receiving electronic documents from senders; when the user is successfully authenticated, he/she will be allowed to browse and store electronic documents on the system.
Information then is delivered to a secure electronic mailbox that is accessed by the mortgage firm.
The IRS has established an electronic mailbox for taxpayers to send information about suspicious e-mails they receive which claim to come from the IRS.
Each computer reads the email address then route s it to another computer until it finally reaches the electronic mailbox where it sits until you download it and read it.
These suites also provide e-mail protection against spam and unsolicited e-mails that clog up the user's electronic mailbox. Two popular suites are McAfee Internet Security 2004 and Norton Internet Security 2004.
Responses are delivered to a secure electronic mailbox within three business days.
Security Management Daily delivers the top ten security news stories of the day to each member's electronic mailbox.
Entities not already using EDI for other applications, such as invoicing, must purchase and install EDI software and obtain an electronic mailbox account for EDI notice transmissions.

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