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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.
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Armed with a replica handgun, the masked robbers demanded postmistress Susan Lappin put piles of notes in a bag.
Battle: Postmistress Mandy Multani says business has been affected.
He is given bed and board and a job by good Samaritan postmistress Dorcas Lane (Julia Sawalha) but a robbery soon leaves her questioning the wisdom of taking pity on his plight and getting involved in other people's problems.
A COUPLE who persuaded a village postmistress to exchange pounds 1,500 of fake travellers' cheques because they were short of cash at Christmas have been jailed.
Summary: The husband of a postmistress who was found dead at their village shop has been remanded after appearing in court.
Despite appeals from the 64-year-old dad's teacher daughter Marie Berry, his sister Jean Spencer and the postmistress at the Fox and Goose Post Office to act as his representatives, Post Office officials would not budge.
A MIDLAND postmistress has been jailed for 18 months after she stole more than pounds 80,000 from the Royal Mail.
A man who carried out a terrifying armed robbery at a Birmingham post office when he pointed a gun at a postmistress has been jailed for 11 years.
DETECTIVES are hunting a man armed with a handgun who demanded money from a postmistress in Swansea.
The masked men targeted rural sub-post offices where the postmaster or postmistress lived on site or nearby, Chester crown court was told.
A POSTMISTRESS yesterday insisted banks "have too much power" as she announced her independent candidacy for the general election.
The court heard how the raiders blasted the lock off the post office door in Newton Mearns, Glasgow, and threatened to shoot terrified postmistress Marion McKellar.