mail

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İngilizce - Türkçe
postalamak

Lütfen postalamak için sana verdiğim mektuplara pul yapıştırmayı unutma. - Please don't forget to put stamps on the letters that I gave you to mail.

Tom bir mektup postalamak için postaneye gitti. - Tom went to the post office to mail a letter.

posta

Lütfen mektupları postalamayı unutma. - Please don't forget to mail the letters.

Eğer bir süre evden uzak olursam, posta servisini bırakacağım. - If I'm away from home for a period of time, I will stop mail delivery.

postaya atmak
tokmak
zırh
{f} postala

Bugün bu mektubu postalayacağım. - I'll mail this letter today.

Benim için bu mektupları postalayabilir misin? - Can you mail these letters for me?

halka veya zincirden yapılmış zırh
{f} postaya vermek
firstclass mail en y
mailed fist saldırı tehdidi
posta ile göndermek

Bunu taahhütlü posta ile göndermek istiyorum. - I'd like to send this by registered mail.

{i} örgü zırh
baskı
zırh/posta
{i} posta arabası

O, posta arabasını soydu. - He robbed the mail coach.

böyle zırh giydirmek
tokmakla dövmek
postayla göndermek
mektup

Benim için bu mektupları postalayabilir misin? - Can you mail these letters for me?

Lütfen mektupları postalamayı unutma. - Please don't forget to mail the letters.

mail address
yazışma adresi
mail bag
posta torbası
mail list
(Bilgisayar) posta listesi
mail merge
(Bilgisayar) adres mektup birleştir
mail merge
(Bilgisayar) adres-mektup birleştir
mail message
(Bilgisayar) posta iletisi
mail server
posta bilgisayarı
mail server
(Bilgisayar) posta sunucusu
mail support
(Bilgisayar) posta desteği
mail to
(Bilgisayar) e-posta adresi
mail bag
posta çantası
mail boat
posta vapuru
mail box
posta kutusu
mail business
posta ile alışveriş
mail car
posta arabası
mail car
posta vagonu
mail catalogue
posta ile alışveriş kataloğu
mail chute
posta oluğu
mail coach
posta arabası

O, posta arabasını soydu. - He robbed the mail coach.

mail compartment
posta kompartımanı
mail credit
kurye kredisi
mail order
posta havalesi

Onu Boston'dan posta havalesi ile aldım. - I got it mail order from Boston.

mail order business
postayla ticaret
mail plane
posta uçağı
mail plane
posta taşıyıcı
mail train
posta treni

Soyguncular posta trenini mahvetti. - Robbers wrecked the mail train.

Posta treni yangında postasının çoğunu kaybetti. - The mail train lost most of its mail in the fire.

mail bag
posta çantası, posta torbası
mail boxes
posta kutuları
mail cart
posta arabası
mail compartment
posta kompartimani
mail delivery subsystem
E-posta dağıtımı alt sistemi; E-posta dağıtımı talî sistemi
mail merge
adres mektup birleştirme
mail out
e-ileti
mail-in rebate
Posta aracılığıyla gönderilen ürün iskontosu
mail-out
posta-out
mail and records division
(Askeri) EVRAK KISMI: Bir tümen veya diğer büyük bir birlik karargahının bir kısmı. Bu kısım, birliğin postasını alır ve dağıtır; aynı zamanda, karargahtan geçen haberleşmelerin dosya ve kayıtlarını tutar
mail as html
(Bilgisayar) html olarak gönder
mail as rtf
(Bilgisayar) rtf olarak gönder
mail boat
(Askeri) posta botu
mail box bin
(Bilgisayar) posta kutusu sepeti
mail call
(Askeri) POSTA BORUSU: Postanın dağıtılacağını erlere bildirmek için çalınan boru veya verilen herhangi bir işaret
mail call
(Askeri) posta borusu
mail carrier
postacı
mail clerk
(Askeri) POSTACI ER: Bir bölük veya benzeri bir birliğin postasını alan ve dağıtan er. Buna daha önce (mail orderly) denirdi
mail delivery
(Bilgisayar) posta teslimi
mail distribution scheme
(Askeri) POSTA DAĞITIMI PLANI, POSTA DAĞITIM ÇİZELGESİ: Bazı bölgelerde, askeri posta hizmetinden faydalanma yetkisine sahip birlik ve faaliyet merkezleri tarafından, postanın alınacağı sahra postanesini gösteren bir döküman. Bu döküman; askeri postanın hatasız olarak dağıtılması, gönderilmesi, havalesi maksadıyla, askeri postaneler ve temerküz postaneleri tarafından kullanılır
mail file migration
Mail Dosyası Aktarımı
mail flag
(Bilgisayar) posta bayrağı
mail headers
(Bilgisayar) posta üstbilgileri
mail headers
Posta Üst bilgileri
mail i received
(Bilgisayar) aldığım posta
mail i sent
(Bilgisayar) gönderdiğim posta
mail items
(Bilgisayar) posta öğeleri
mail log
posta günlüğü
mail login
(Bilgisayar) posta oturumu aç
mail logoff
(Bilgisayar) posta oturum kapat
mail logon
(Bilgisayar) posta oturum aç
mail merge
Adres-Mektup Birleştirme
mail merge
adres-mektup menüleri
mail options
(Bilgisayar) posta seçenekleri
mail order
posta ile
mail order
posta ile sipariş
mail order
posta siparişi
mail order house
posta siparişi ile çalışan işletme
mail orderly
(Askeri) postacı er
mail orderly
(Askeri) POSTACI ER: Bak. "mail clerk"
mail reply
(Bilgisayar) posta cevapla
mail report
(Bilgisayar) raporu postala
mail route
postacının güzergâhı
mail rules
(Bilgisayar) posta kuralları
mail server
posta bilgisayari
mail setup
(Bilgisayar) posta kurulumu
mail slot
mektup yangı
mail stop
posta varış noktası
mail survey
(Ticaret) posta anketi
mail teller
(Ticaret) posta havaleleri veznedarı
may i check my e mail
e mailimi kontrol edebilir miyim
may i have your e mail
e mail adresinizi alabilir miyim
air mail
uçak postası
bulk mail
(Bilgisayar) önemsiz posta
by return mail
ilk posta ile cevap
certified mail
iadeli taahhütlü posta
create mail
(Bilgisayar) posta oluştur
hate mail
(Bilgisayar) kınama mektubu
import mail
(Bilgisayar) posta al
junk mail
(Bilgisayar) önemsiz posta
mailing
(Bilgisayar) posta

Dün mektubunu postaladığımı hatırlıyorum. - I remember mailing your letter yesterday.

Ben mektubu postaladığımı hatırlıyorum. - I remember mailing the letter.

move mail
(Bilgisayar) posta taşı
receive a mail
posta almak
remote mail
(Bilgisayar) uzak posta
remote mail
(Bilgisayar) uzaktan posta
secure mail
(Bilgisayar) güvenli posta
sending mail
(Bilgisayar) posta gönderiliyor
sent mail
(Bilgisayar) gönderilmiş posta
snail mail
(Bilgisayar) salyangoz posta
voice mail
söz postası
black mail
şantaj
by air mail
hava yolu ile
by express mail
ekspres posta ile
by mail
postayla
certified mail
taahhütlü posta
chain mail
zincirli zırh
coat of mail
zırh
domestic mail
yurtiçi posta
e mail
e posta
electronic mail
elektronik posta
express mail
{f} ekspres posta ile göder
express mail
{i} ekspres posta
first class mail
birinci sınıf posta
first mail
adi posta
inland mail
yurtiçi posta
inward mail
yurtiçi posta
mailed
{f} postala

Mektubu postalamadan önce pul yapıştırmayı unuttum. - I forgot to put on the stamp before I mailed the letter.

Büyükannem mektubu bu sabah postaladı. - My grandmother mailed the letter this morning.

mailed
kabuklu
priority mail
önceliği olan posta
surface mail
adi posta
chain mail
Zincirden örülmüş zırh
junk e-mail
önemsiz e-posta
mailed
postalanmış
mailing
postalama
ring mail
Metal halkalarla döşeli zırhlı savaş giysisi
voice mail
Sesli posta, sesli mesaj kaydı
mailed
zırhlı
mailed
(sıfat) zırhlı
Türkçe - Türkçe
Benzeyen, andıran
Eğilimi olan
Eğilmiş olan, eğik, eğinik, yalman
MAÎL
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Ehil, iyal, çoluk çocuk
MAİL
(Hukuk) Eğik, eğilmiş
MÂİL
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Eğik. Bir tarafa eğilmiş. Eğri
MÂİL
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Meyilli. Hevesli. İstekli
MÂİL
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Düşkün
MÂİL
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Benzer
mail olmak
Hayran kalmak, vurulmak
İngilizce - İngilizce
the organisation which operates such service (e.g. in Britain the Royal Mail)
rent
a monetary payment or tribute
a single batch of mail picked up by such a service

If he retains the account, and permits several mails to pass without objecting to it, he will be held to have admitted its correctness.

tax
electronic mail, e-mail: a computer network–based service for sending, storing, and forwarding electronic messages
to send (a letter or parcel) through the mail
armour consisting of metal rings or plates linked together
of or pertaining to mail/post
made of armoured material (a mail shirt)
regular delivery of letters and small parcels, see also post
{v} to arm
{n} armor, a bag of post-letters
A flexible fabric made of metal rings interlinked
cause to be directed or transmitted to another place; "send me your latest results"; "I'll mail you the paper when it's written"
A small piece of money; especially, an English silver half-penny of the time of Henry V
A text which is seperated into two parts: The -> header and the -> body The header and the body are seperated by a blank line For an exact definition please read -> RFC0822
{i} postal service; letters and other items that are sent via the postal service; e-mail, electronic mail; conveyance (train, car, ship, plane, etc.) that that transports and delivers mail; mail bag; (Middle Ages) flexible armor constructed of metal rings linked together
– dispatches of correspondence and other objects tendered by and intended for delivery by means of the postal service (Glossary of Terms in Statistics 1985, National Economic and Development Authority)
a conveyance that transports mail
Hence generally, armor, or any defensive covering
It was used especially for defensive armor
The bag or bags with the letters, papers, or other matter contained therein, conveyed under public authority from one post office to another; the whole system of appliances used by government in the conveyance and delivery of mail matter
abbreviated from "electronic mail", a store and forward message service on a computer, often using the Internet
letters sent throught the Post Office, as in: I'm sorry, I opened your mail by mistake
A message to one or more users or groups sent over the computer Mail can include other documents as attachments Mail can traverse multiple machines and networks See also attachment, Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions (MIME), NeXTMail, Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP)
the letters and parcels delivered by such service
To arm with mail
(OR EMAIL OR TELEPHONE PREFERENCE SERVICE) See “suppression file ”
a button on the IE Toolbar which will open your email program
A trunk, box, or bag, in which clothing, etc
Mail means messages sent from one user to another through the computer system, to be read at the recipient's convenience Emacs has commands for composing and sending mail, and for reading and editing the mail you have received See section Sending Mail See section Reading Mail with Rmail, for how to read mail
any particular collection of letters or packages that is delivered; "your mail is on the table"; "is there any post for me?"; "she was opening her post"
Flexible armor made up of interlocking metal rings Mail By The Sword
To deliver into the custody of the postoffice officials, or place in a government letter box, for transmission by mail; to post; as, to mail a letter
the bags of letters and packages that are transported by the postal service any particular collection of letters or packages that is delivered; "your mail is on the table"; "is there any post for me?"; "she was opening her post"
A contrivance of interlinked rings, for rubbing off the loose hemp on lines and white cordage
received through the post office
That which comes in the mail; letters, etc
This is a special room where you can send messages to individual users Essentially it is just like any other room, however only the recipient and author of a message can read it
send and receive mail
If you mail a letter or parcel to someone, you send it to them by putting it in a post box or taking it to a post office. Last year, he mailed the documents to French journalists He mailed me the contract The Government has already mailed some 18 million households with details of the public offer
A spot
Something that you lost
Rent; tribute
To pinion
{i} flexible armor constructed of metal rings linked (Middle Ages); hard protective cover that covers the trunk of the body of animals (turtles, reptiles and crabs)
You can refer to letters and parcels that are delivered to you as mail. There was no mail except the usual junk addressed to the occupier = post
In the electronic world, "mail" means electronic mail, specifically Internet mail The term for the stuff which you print on paper, put in an envelope, and entrust to the Post Office is "snail mail "
a conveyance that transports mail the system whereby messages are transmitted via the post office; "the mail handles billions of items every day"; "he works for the United States mail service"; "in England they call mail `the post'"
Any hard protective covering of an animal, as the scales and plates of reptiles, shell of a lobster, etc
(Middle Ages) flexible armor made of interlinked metal rings
A bag; a wallet
the bags of letters and packages that are transported by the postal service
The mail is the public service or system by which letters and parcels are collected and delivered. Your check is in the mail The firm has offices in several large cities, but does most of its business by mail. = post
Electronic Mail is a means of exchanging private text messages through the Internet and other networks The most popular mail readers on Unix are Elm and Pine It is also possible to read mail across a SLIP connection with a client program connected to a popmail server The most popular client for home computers is Eudora
{f} send a letter or other item via the postal service; e-mail a person, send communications through electronic mail; protect with with mail armor
may be carried
In the world of computer networking, "mail" refers to electronic mail or e-mail
the system whereby messages are transmitted via the post office; "the mail handles billions of items every day"; "he works for the United States mail service"; "in England they call mail `the post'"
To mail a message to someone means to send it to them by means of e-mail or a computer network. if a report must be electronically mailed to an office by 9 am the next day. Mail is also a noun. If you have any problems then send me some mail. see also mailing, chain mail, e-mail, electronic mail, hate mail, junk mail, surface mail. Rent, payment, or tribute. another name for The Daily Mail. chain mail direct mail marketing e mail electronic mail Globe and Mail The voice mail
send via the postal service; "I'll mail you the check tomorrow"
of or pertaining to mail
send via the postal service; "I'll mail you the check tomorrow
Shows user`s mail; use the subcommand `t [N](CR)' to list message number `[N]' , `s [N] mbox (CR)' to append message `[N]' to your mailbox `mbox' file or `s [N] [file](CR)' to append `[N]' to another file; `e [N] (CR)' to edit number [N] or look at a long file with `ex' {see Section on `EX' below}; `v [N] (CR)' to edit number [N] or look at a long file with `vi'; `d [N] (CR)' deletes {your own mail!} `[N]'; `m [user] (CR)' permits you to send mail to another account `[user]'; a `~m [N] (CR)' inside the message after entering a subject, permits you to forward message `[N]' to `[user]', `\d (CR)' to end the new message {see the send form below;`x' quits `mail' without deleting {use this when you run into problems}; and `q (CR)' to quit
Quick and dirty unsecure mail was written by Tom Van Vleck in 1969, in imitation of his (secure) CTSS MAIL command The Multics mail command used segments writeable by everyone for mailboxes, with access coordinated by a simple lock In the mid 70s, this command's internals were replaced to call ms_, the ring-1 message segment facility, and the user-ring mailbox files were replaced by secure ring-1 files Even later, mail was replaced by commands like read_mail and send_mail, designed for use in a networking environment, running in ring 2 The early Multics mail tools predated the Internet and "net mail" Story: The History of Electronic Mail See also xmail
Well, if you must, the physical address for paper mail is Downtown Anywhere Inc 32 Woodland Road Boston, MA 02130
mail bomb
An explosive device sent through the post; a letter bomb or parcel bomb
mail bomb
A large number of e-mails sent to one destination, or an e-mail with a very large attachment
mail bomb
To send a mail bomb (in either sense)
mail bombs
plural form of mail bomb
mail fraud
A class of felonies, providing for a separate and additional federal penalty for any criminal offense whose perpetration involved the use of the postal system of the United States of America

The mail fraud statute and its counterpart, the wire fraud statute, historically have been powerful instruments for prosecutors.

mail merge
A software product that uses a file (or database) of names and addresses, together with a template document, to produce multiple copies of a letter, each personally addressed to a different recipient
mail merge
To carry out such a process
mail order
A system of commerce in which one orders goods from a remote store which are then shipped by mail
mail relay
A device and/or program that routes an e-mail to the correct destination
mail slot
A slot in a wall or door through which mail is delivered
mail slots
plural form of mail slot
mail stop
The delivery point where Mail Services delivers and collects mail

Like any other large American corporation, we have mail stops on every floor or each building, for inter- and intra-office mail.

mail stops
plural form of mail stop
mail train
A train used by the postal service to transport mail, and in some cases, to sort mail en route
mail truck
A vehicle used by mail carriers to store and deliver mail
mail-order
To buy or sell goods to be delivered by mail
mail in
(adj.) (of an item, as a promotion brochure, postal vote, etc.) that is or can be sent through the post; (of a ballot, survey, etc.) conducted by post
mail in
(noun) an item, as a promotion brochure, postal vote, etc., sent out or returned by post
mail-in rebate
A mail in rebate is a product rebate which must be redeemed by mail, in contrast with instant rebates, which are redeemed at the time of purchase. Products which come with a mail in rebate are usually clearly labeled to indicate this, alerting consumers to the fact that they can receive cash back on their purchases if they are willing to go through the process of submitting a rebate by mail. Mail in rebates may also be offered more generally by a store for purchases of a particular brand of product, or purchases over a certain amount
Mail User Agent
(Computers) program that enables a user to compose and read email messages (serves as an interface between the user and the mail transfer agent), MUA
Mail on Sunday
a British tabloid newspaper produced every Sunday by the same company that produces The Daily Mail
mail order
a purchase negotiated by mail
mail order
A retailing method where merchandise or services are sent to individual consumers based on a direct contact with the consumer The consumer can contact the retailer by calling in or mailing an order, or the retailer can contact the consumer through an outbound telephone campaign
mail order
purchasing goods by post, from a catalogue or from the web
mail order
A form of nonstore retailing in which customers place orders for merchandise shown in catalogues and receive their orders via mail
mail order
An alternative method of finding sneakers unavailable locally
mail order
To place orders for merchandise such as books via mail
mail order
- Retail sales conducted by mail
mail bag
postal bag, bag used to hold letters
mail boat
boat which conveys mail
mail bomb
Automatic sending of a large number of email messages to a single email address or server, causing the computer or server to crash
mail bomb
The act of sending massive amounts of email to a single address, with the malicious intent of disrupting the recipient's computer Mail bombing is considered a serious breach of Netiquette and is illegal in some countries
mail bomb
To send, or urge others to send, massive amounts of electronic mail to a single system or person, with intent to crash or spam the recipient's system A successful mail bomb may cause the victim's disk quota to be exhausted, the disk holding his mailbox to fill up, or his computer to spend a large proportion of its time processing mail Mail-bombing is sometimes done in retaliation against someone persistently abusing Usenet and violating netiquette While it may inconvenience the intended victim (if they gave their real address), it will probably also inconvenience other users and administrators of the computers and networks involved Mailbombing is thus a serious offense itself
mail bomb
An email message sent with the intent to crash the recipient's mail server or mail reader On many systems, this can result in the cancellation of the bomber's account A person can unintentionally crash their message recipient's mail server or mail reader by attaching files that are too large or that are not supported by the recipient's mail server So, don't send files that require browser attachments, and if you have to send a large file, you may want to zip it first!
mail bomb
A massive file or large amounts of smaller files sent to an e-mail address with the intention of crashing that system
mail bomb
When someone sends multiple copies of the same message, or file, to another person with the purpose of filling their EMail box up fully Against most ISPs terms
mail bomb
sending hundreds or thousands of messages to someone you think deserves punishment for their transgressions against the Internet Highly discouraged for obvious reasons
mail bomb
An e-mail message sent with the intent to crash the recipients mail server or mail reader Mail bombing is a form of electronic harassment and can on many systems result in the cancellation of the bomber's account
mail bomb
To send a large number (typically many thousands) of messages to a user's e-mail account, for malicious purposes The action will typically have one of three effects First, the receiving system may crash Second, the receiving system will fill up and will thus refuse to accept genuine messages Third, any genuine messages will be difficult to spot because the mail box is so full of junk messages, each of which will appear to come from a unique user on a unique site (mail bombers typically exploit system security in order to send messages with forged headers)
mail bomb
The malicious act of sending an excessive amount of email to an individual, making the victim's email box inaccessible See SPAM
mail bomb
A very large email message (or a large number of smaller messages) that clog up the email system of the recipient
mail bombing
flooding with email, sending of a large number of messages to an electronic mailbox of a victim
mail call
a call of names of those receiving mail
mail call
Distribution of mail to members of a military unit
mail car
{i} railroad car in which mail is carried and sorted
mail car
a railway car in which mail is transported and sorted
mail carrier
{i} person who delivers mail, mailman, mailwoman
mail carrier
someone whose job is to deliver mail = mailman
mail client
A program used to retreive email, like Outlook
mail client
(n ) A system that does not provide mail spooling for its users Mail is spooled on a mail server
mail client
Mail clients are the programs that help users send and receive email This is the part of the various networks and mail programs that users have the most contact with Mail clients create and submit messages for delivery, check for new incoming mail, and accept and organize incoming mail
mail client
An application for sending, receiving, and organizing email
mail client
An application that runs on a personal computer or workstation and enables you to send, receive and organize e-mail It's called a client because e-mail systems are based on a client-server architecture Mail is sent from many clients to a central server, which re-routes the mail to its intended destination back to top
mail client
An application which a user reads and sends their e-mail with Also called Mail User Agent (MUA)
mail client
index
mail client
-a computer or program that can send and receive email from a mail server
mail coach
coach that carries the public mail
mail fraud
use of the mails to defraud someone
mail merge
pulling of data from an address list into a file which is written for the purpose of sending a uniform document to many addressees
mail merge
Mail merge is a word processing procedure which enables you to combine a document with a data file, for example a list of names and addresses, so that copies of the document are different for each person it is sent to. He sent every member of staff a mail-merge letter wishing them a merry Christmas!
mail message
email letter, message which was sent by electronic mail
mail order
To place orders for merchandise such as books via mail
mail order
A retailing method where merchandise or services are sent to individual consumers based on a direct contact with the consumer The consumer can contact the retailer by calling in or mailing an order, or the retailer can contact the consumer through an outbound telephone campaign
mail order
An alternative method of finding sneakers unavailable locally
mail order
Mail orders are goods that have been ordered by mail order. I supervise the packing of all mail orders. a method of buying and selling in which the buyer chooses goods at home and orders them from a company which sends them by post by mail order
mail order
a purchase negotiated by mail
mail order
- Retail sales conducted by mail
mail order
Mail order is a system of buying and selling goods. You choose the goods you want from a company by looking at their catalogue, and the company sends them to you by post. The toys are available by mail order from Opi Toys
mail order
purchasing goods by post, from a catalogue or from the web
mail order
A form of nonstore retailing in which customers place orders for merchandise shown in catalogues and receive their orders via mail
mail out
If someone mails out things such as letters, leaflets, or bills, they send them to a large number of people at the same time. This week, the company mailed out its annual report. = send out
mail out
transmit by mail; "The company mailed out the catalog to all potential customers
mail out
transmit by mail; "The company mailed out the catalog to all potential customers"
mail plane
airplane that is used to transport mail
mail server
A program that receives, stores, and forwards e-mail messages
mail server
A computer on the Internet that provides e-mail services
mail server
A computer on the Internet that provides mail services An electronic Post Office
mail server
A mail server is a computer that manages E-mail for the network
mail server
A networked computer dedicated to supporting electronic mail At OSU,there are two major servers used for processing e-mail: 1) smtp service ohio-state edu which handles outgoing messages; and 2) pop service ohio-state edu which handles incoming messages You use a client program like Eudora for retrieving new mail from the server and for composing and sending messages
mail server
Computer on the Internet that provides email services
mail server
The ISP servers that handle incoming and outgoing e-mail
mail server
A software program that distributes files or information in response to requests sent via e-mail
mail server
A software program that distributes files or information in response to requests sent via e-mail Internet examples include Almanac and netlib Mail servers have also been used in Bitnet to provide FTP-like services May also be used to refer to a computer system used as an electronic mail server See also: electronic mail, FTP Mbps Mega bits per second (Mega = 1,000,000) See also: bits per second
mail server
A server used to store mail in a store-and-forward architecture Workstations send mail to a mail server for on-forwarding, and retrieve any mail that might have been received from their electronic postbox
mail server
A program that distributes files or information in response to requests sent via e-mail
mail server
A computer on the Internet that provides mail services for mail clients
mail server
(n ) A system that stores mailboxes in a mail directory A mail server can also serve as a mail host See also mail client
mail server
Remote or central computer that holds electronic mail messages for clients on a network When the user requests his or her e-mail they contact the mail server which delivers all mail being stored to the client's computer In the real world a mail server is similar to the post office Where mail is stored and sorted before being sent to its final destination Top of page
mail server
type of server that sends and receives electronic mail messages as directed by the client For those technical types, the Post Office Protocol version 3 (POP3) server receives mail and sends them to the client The Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) server sends off e-mails to other computers An Internet Messaging Access Protocol version 4 (IMAP4) server controls large files or voice mail (Derfler 194-195) This is why e-mail clients, like Eudora or Microsoft Outlook, require a POP3 and SMTP server information Web-accessed e-mail, such as MSN Hotmail or Yahoo! Mail, automatically handle these protocols for you Mentioned in: Network Communication Pictures: Client/Server as it relates to the Internet
mail server
The name of the server that your email application must use to send mail Usually the same server is used to retrieve your incoming mail
mail server
A computer on the Internet that provides mail services for mail clients Go to top of page
mail server
a computer that responds to electronic mail requests for information You could ask a mail server to send you a particular file by giving a precise command, such as send index, or subscribe to the listerv of your choice
mail server
A computer that stores incoming mail and sends it to the correct user, and stores outgoing mail and transfers it to the correct destination server on the Internet
mail server
A computer that provides (electronic) mail service for other computers on a network
mail server
A software program that distributes files or information in response to requests sent via email Internet examples include Almanac and netlib Mail servers have also been used in Bitnet to provide FTP-like services
mail server
An Internet-connected computer set up to receive e-mail from another server and distribute it to users, and to send e-mail from those users to another server
mail server
program which responds automatically to requests sent by electronic mail
mail slot
a slot (usually in a door) through which mail can be delivered
mail slot
a letterbox
mail to
This enables e-mail contact to be written into a Web document
mail to
P O Box 3177 Beverly, MA 01915
mail to
This enables email contact to be written into a web document e g select this email address [email protected] poptel org uk
mail to
This enables e-mail contact to be written into a Web document e g select this e-mail address [email protected] net
mail train
a train that carries mail
mail train
train that is used for transporting mail
mail train
a train that carries letters and packages
mail-clad
wearing protective mail
mail-order buying
buying goods to be shipped through the mail
Royal Mail
The national postal service of the United Kingdom
accountable mail
A category of mail in the US Postal Service including registered, numbered, insured, and certified mail
advertising mail
Alternative expression for junk mail
air mail
mail transported by aircraft
balloon mail
mail (usually for weight reasons in the form of a postcard) carrying the name of the sender by means of an unguided hydrogen or helium filled balloon
bicycle mail
mail delivered by bicycle and identified by stamp and or postal mark
chain mail
A flexible defensive armor, made of a mesh of interlinked metal rings

Chain mail is formed by a number of iron rings, each ring having four others inserted into it, the whole exhibiting a kind of net work, with circular meshes, every ring separately rivetted; this kind of mail answers to that worn on the ancient breast plates, whence they were denominated loricæ hammatæ, from the rings being hooked together.

chain mail
Chain letters, taken collectively
check is in the mail
A common excuse used by debtors to put off creditors

Your check is in the mail. I gave it to my son to mail yesterday. I hope he remembered.

direct mail
Alternative expression for junk mail
dogsled mail
mail carried by dogsled
e-mail
A quantity of e-mail messages

My inbox used to only allow 50 MB of e-mail at a time until last year, when they upgraded it to 2 GBs!.

e-mail
To send via e-mail

He e-mailed the file out to everyone.

e-mail
An e-mail address

What's your e-mail?.

e-mail
To send an e-mail or e-mails to

She e-mailed me last week, asking about the status of the project.

e-mail
A system for transferring messages from one computer to another, usually via a network

The advent of e-mail has simultaneously brought our society closer together and farther apart.

e-mail
A message sent via an e-mail system

He sent me several e-mails last week to that effect.

e-mail
To send, or compose and send, an e-mail or e-mails

Most teenagers spend twenty-six hours a day e-mailing and surfing the Web.

e-mail address
A unique identifier of the form user [email protected] name specifying a virtual location to which e-mail can be sent
e-mail addresses
plural form of e-mail address
electronic mail
E-mail (the system)
electronic mail
An e-mail
fan mail
Mail sent to a public figure by their fans
ham e-mail
E-mail that is generally desired and isn't considered spam
jingle mail
The practice of posting one's house keys back to the mortgage company because of negative equity or inability to pay mortgage investments

However, with all the jingle mail going on, there is a good chance you can sway the mortgage company with the correct psychology.

junk mail
any mail or letters that are not welcome or solicited and typically sent in bulk; especially mail of a commercial nature such as advertising circulars and form letters
mailed
Armoured, protected by or made of mail
mailed
Simple past tense and past participle of mail
mails
The mail delivery system
mails
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of mail
scale mail
A kind of mail (armour for the torso) made of overlapping metal plates, resembling the scales of a fish
snail mail
retronym for postal mail, emphasizing its slowness compared to email
voice mail
a computerized interactive system for storing, processing and reproducing verbal messages left through a conventional telephone network
voice mail
an individual message on such a system
vote-by-mail
A system for conducting elections in which voters receive and return ballots via the mail

In Oregon, elections are conducted using vote-by-mail.

vote-by-mail
Using, or relating to vote-by-mail

You must send your vote-by-mail ballot by Friday for it to arrive in the election office in time to be counted.

zeppelin mail
mail carried on zeppelins
by return mail
By return (of post) UK (AUSTRALIAN ENGLISH ALSO by return mail): In the first post collection that leaves after you receive a letter: "She answered my letter by return."
ring mail
Ring armour (ring mail) is an assumed type of personal armour constructed as series of metallic rings sewn to a fabric or leather foundation
royal mail
Royal Mail is the national postal service of the United Kingdom. Historically, the General Post Office was a government department, which included — and still does — the Royal Mail delivery business; but it became The Post Office, a state-owned corporation, in 1969 and then a Public Limited Company wholly owned by HM Government in 2000. The name initially registered with Companies House was Consignia plc
royal mail ship
Royal Mail Ship (sometimes Steam-ship, Steamer), usually seen in its abbreviated form RMS, is the ship prefix used for seagoing vessels that carry mail under contract to the British Royal Mail. They have the right to fly the pennant of the Royal Mail when sailing
scale mail
A type of armor consists of many small scales attached to a backing material of either leather or cloth. Also called: Scale armor, Lorica squamata, Jazerant, Jazeraint or Leaf Mail
Mail Order
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Mail Order
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mailed
Spotted; speckled
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