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Electronic mail, email Computers Scripted communication and attachments sent over a local or wide-area network or Internet to a distant recipient. See Listserv®, Mail-list. Cf Snail mail, Voice mail.
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Funding is validation of our cloud integration vision," said Ryan Westwood, CEO of Outbox Systems.
The firm Outbox has turned the traditional mail you receive in your mailbox into a digital format you can read on your phones, tablets and PCs.
I pick Khan to outbox Kotelnik and take a unanimous decision.
Its going to take something special to stop McDermott, and while Barker seems to be getting better and better every time he straps on his gloves he may decide to use his superior skills to outbox his dangerous opponent.
Gavin circumnavigated ring A at the UIC Pavilion to confuse, frustrate and outbox his Kazak opponent.
Is that ballot filled out, sitting in an outbox for three weeks, while people wait to send it at the last minute?
Designed for use with Microsoft's Outlook e-mail software, the new system backs up the content of the inbox, outbox and folders in a compressed zip-compatible archive.
Ensuring the proper postal circulation (inbox and outbox, messenger service within the department and outside the authorized service station (fetching mail from an outsourced mailbox and shipping of outgoing mail) is provided to the prescribed by the AG times the use of a suitable service provider.
OUTBOX are a three-piece indie pop rock band that have been playing across the North-East since 2005.
In the Castillo fight I got him early, so it probably didn't matter "I was never going to outbox Floyd, but I think I should have shown a little bit more method to my madness.
The InBox, OutBox, MatchBox and VoiceBox give audio-system designers a simple way to place the mainstay components of most sound-system installations, and eliminate the logistical issues and time-consuming work of running analog-audio cables throughout an application.