e-mailer


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e-mailer

An individual or organization that routinely sends large numbers of e-mail messages either as part of its primary business or as an e-mailing business for others. See e-mail.
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Both e-mailers help each other in the crises of life each encounter.
An anonymous e-mailer to the site BusinessInsider.com wrote, "Maybe there's some poor sap out there who went into this line of work thinking it would make him rich, but that certainly doesn't describe me or anyone I know.
Nearly half a packet I lost due to the sheer magnitude of 'What The Flip?' moments in week 10 of Lord Sugar's search for someone to dry-clean his suits, go on coffee runs and find nice, quiet rural spots in which to fly-tip the unsold mountain of e-mailer phones he's still got down his lock-up on the Old Kent Road.
It just so happens that the above e-mailer was my father.
IN THE INTERNET AGE, EVERYONE is a poet, a blogger, an e-mailer. More than 800 MFA programs around the country pump out a steady supply of newly minted wordsmiths.
"I helped create awareness for the art events taking place by creating an e-mailer postcard for one of the build-up events Doodle at the Walk.
Another e-mailer Sophie Oldham wrote: "RIP you will be missed by many.
Before 2001, Bush was an active e-mailer, but that was before the now ubiquitous Blackberry with e-mail and text message functions was released in 2002.
Well, as our e-mailer wrote: "I see you put them both in Kenton.
One angry e-mailer suggested people at the Journal should commit suicide.
Another e-mailer wrote: "Your hatred of Bush blinds you to the realities of the peril America faces from terrorists."
Others, such as one e-mailer to this paper, ask, "Is this how we attract business to Worcester?