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sender

Etymology: AS, sendan, to send
in communication theory, the person by whom a message is encoded and sent.

sender

A UK term of art for a GP who is affiliated with a family planning clinic, to whom a woman goes to have a cervical specimen collected for screening.
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Send a commercial e-mail without providing an electronic address, a physical address and an opt-out opportunity.
There are a number of variations, but they all boil down to one idea: You should pay, literally, for all the e-mails you send.
The current users alone, then, have the potential capability to send a million outgoing messages per hour and that is only the beginning.
Braverman noted that in the Spring, nearly every building with a central air conditioner sends someone up to check that the condensate line is cleaned out so as to avoid floods.
The three-day rule strongly applies, so send your business greetings within three days of an event or meeting.
For example, it may select a subgroup of students who have not attended an open house and send them a reminder with upcoming dates.
Jefferson Elementary, for example, sends its mail in care of the brother of a nurse's aide at the school.
That's why so many 'old' marketers want to send unsolicited e-mails.
The bill calls for increased penalties for certain techniques commonly used by spammers, including "dictionary attacks" (the establishment of numerous e mail accounts to make spam more difficult to track and block) and the hijacking of other computers or computer networks to send or relay spam.
2nd issue: Send just the newsletter, or perhaps include a "continuation notice" with it.
ListProc can send group or individual messages, archive mail and provide subscription confirmation.
After all, if email could easily send paper documents, was more easily addressed to any recipient (think phone numbers), and still worked on top of the existing IP infrastructure, it might be a universal business tool, instead of adding yet another flow of information, as it does now.