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Synonyms for mailbox

a private box for delivery of mail


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public box for deposit of mail

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It comes after Mailbox revealed US brands Tommy Hilfiger and Calvin Klein would be joining its line-up of luxury retailers in the Urban Room.
But long before all the modernisation was planned, The Mailbox was a vacant former sorting office doing very little indeed.
Customers get a mailbox address at a shipping store that works just like a street address, where their mail is received and stored.
Balukonis said he viewed photographs and a video recording of a truck plowing a street from a resident who complained his mailbox had been damaged.
With the buyout of Mailbox for an undisclosed amount - although some reports estimated the value of the transaction at $100 million while The Wall Street Journal said Orchestra, the parent company of Mailbox, got $5.
By Thanksgiving, the mailbox size for every classified and unclassified Navy user will double from the standard 50 megabytes (MB) to 100 MB at no additional cost to commands.
5, a common method to recovering a mailbox is to restore a full database backup to a Recovery Server.
The Los Angeles Police Department is teaming with the City Attorney's Office to identify and prosecute companies that fail to keep two forms of identification on file for anyone who uses a private mailbox.
24x7 phone, email and web based technical support for all administrators, extending to individual mailbox owners * 30 day completely free trial--customers can experience every feature instantly, online.
TELUS's goal was to develop a strategic internal communication management process based on the weekly tracking and reporting of employee issues, as articulated in the voluntary submission of letters to the CEO mailbox.
In February 2003, the USPS convened a stakeholder Consensus Committee to revise the apartment mailbox regulations, saying it needed larger, more secure, mailboxes to improve mail safety and security and to keep up with growing mail volume.
The latest version of this e-mail program includes automatic spam protection, an e-mail thread condenser, automated type formatting tools and mailbox organizational shortcuts.
Along the left side of the mailbox bank, running from top to bottom, are fourteen different "Populations Served" (or the "people" to whom letters are written) including higher education, private studios, or K-5 teachers.
Additionally, the USPS claims that parcel service has increased and mail carriers are suffering injuries from sharp mailbox parts.
Can Del count the date of mailing--"the mailbox rule"--as the date of filing for a delinquent tax return/refund claim?