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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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Manage Mailbox permissions for the selected users on selected Mailboxes
With the larger mailboxes, the mailbox notification policies have changed.
Many of the stylish signs and mailboxes are cast in aluminum in the company's own sandcasting facility in Oldsmar, Fla.
In Exchange 2000 and 2003 Microsoft added a Mailbox Recovery feature which allows you to configure a period of time for all deleted mailboxes to remain on the Exchange Server.
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 top row of the mailboxes is divided into twenty categories ("Issues"), such as dance education and health, or creative processes, or student achievement.
However, the USPS is reserving the right to apply retrofit requirements to current equipment, if and when existing mailboxes are replaced due to normal wear and tear.
The USPS is currently proposing changes that would increase the size of mailboxes by about 25 percent.
In cities and towns, mailboxes are usually attached to a house.
8] Businesses that rent mailboxes for short periods of time make tracing a dumpster diver difficult.
With Mailbag Assistant, you can search through thousands of e-mails in all of your mailboxes, group them together meaningfully, and archive them for easy reference.
In the past couple of years a number of essayists have written columns bemoaning the death, or at least the decline, of the personal letter and the rising tide of "artificial" correspondence glutting our mailboxes.
3 gives enterprises the ability to protect, replicate, and fail over and back thousands of individual mailboxes between geographically diverse, active, running Exchange servers, within minutes.
That's why the Postal Service reminds West Boylston residents not to overlook regular upkeep of residential mailboxes as part of any snow and ice removal routine.
Creating a recovery server, mounting entire mailboxes and searching through each one for the email in question can take hours as well as drain thousands of dollars from the IT budget.