mail reader


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mail reader

Software that retrieves and displays e-mail messages from a mail server. If the mail reader sends messages as well, it is the same as an "e-mail client" or "e-mail program." See e-mail program and mail server.
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THE countdown is on until one of the most successful musicals of all time, The Phantom Of The Opera, heads to Wales as part of its 25th anniversary tour - and Western Mail readers can get their hands on the sought-after tickets before anyone else.
In the six months to February, the number of Daily Mail readers was up by 3.
Of the direct mail readers surveyed, 33 percent of older baby boomer (1946-1955) women said they visited a new store in the past 90 days based on direct mail received from a retailer (See Figure A)
This despite scores of Mail readers putting pen to paper, overwhelmingly scathing of a laughable and derisory charade, that in every way possible is contrary to the ethics of a clean and environmentally-friendly traffic flow which will, inevitably, produce a smog and fume-filled atmosphere with dire implications of a severe asthmatic backlash.