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postmaster

The electronic mail contact and maintenance person at a site connected to the Internet or UUCPNET. Often, but not always, the same as the admin. The Internet standard for electronic mail (RFC 822) requires each machine to have a "postmaster" address; usually it is aliased to this person. See also webmaster.
References in classic literature ?
asked the postmaster, keeping the letter in his own hand.
Ossory, Essex," chimed in the postmaster, throwing the letter back into the box.
Campaigners say it is increasingly difficult to recruit new postmasters because many branches are unsustainable after cutbacks and a lack of support.
Andrew Grist Postmaster resigned as he couldn't make a living from how quiet it was.
He was involved in embezzlement and misappropriation in payment of pension, while posted as Postmaster Jandola DI Khan.
Postal Officers and other postal employees, philatelists and children of Pak Post Model Girls High School participated the event while Syed Shoaib Ali Jaffri, Deputy Postmaster General Admin Lahore briefly introduced the formation, objectives and vision of Universal Postal Union.
To illustrate these points, I trace the evolution of interest group politics from the era of LDP dominance through the rise of two-party competition and the LDP's recent return to power, using postmasters associations and agricultural cooperatives as case studies.
Postmaster Kid is designed for both phones and tablets and includes the option of in-game purchases so a player can decorate their mail truck with a variety of styles and colors.
Bucharest-based PostMaster has a headcount of around 100 employees and a delivery staff of a further 1,500 people on service contracts.
But in a rural post office, the postmaster has to be familiar with all aspects of the operation.
Visitors on a home and garden tour Sunday arrive at the century-old house built by Loron Rowley, who was the first general store owner and postmaster in Sunland, then known at Monte Vista.
A group of 12 to 25 people called The Citizen's Stamp Advisory Committee (CSAC), which is appointed by the Postmaster General, carefully considers every suggestion.