One who has charge of a post office, and the distribution and forwarding of mails.
The person responsible for taking care of e-mail problems, answering queries about users, and other.related work at an e-mail server site. By agreement between sites, codified in the RFC's for e-mail, any site that has email connectivity must have a human being who answers mail addressed to postmaster@host. Many postmasters are also handling security questions and systems ethics questions. See also e-mail. WWWebfx Home Page
The person who manages mail servers at an organization. This is usually the one to contact at a particular server/site to get help, information or to log complaints.
The person responsible for e_mail problems and queries about users at a particular site.
(n.) In an email system, the person who administers to problems with a mail account.
Contact point for a web server or site. Users who need help, want to complain or want to obtain information about the server or site should contact the Postmaster. This can also apply to the Webmaster.
The e-mail contact and maintenance person at a site connected to the Internet. Often, but not always, the same as the admin.
The person responsible for mail handling on a given Internet host. By default, every domain has a "postmaster@..." address assigned to deal with problems with getting mail through to users in the domain. However, the huge volume of spam and other E-mail related problems on the Internet means that most postmasters have put automated systems in place to deal with mail problems, and thus mail addressed to a "postmaster@..." address will not necessarily reach a real person.
The person to complain to at your ISP about email abuse, either malicious or spamming. Remember they just collect your mail and forward it to you, they don't necessarily send it, so be nice
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Administrator of the mail server. In case of problems, you can contact the postmaster. The postmaster of firstname.lastname@example.org is email@example.com, for example.
Every LAN (or site) has someone responsible for ensuring the delivery of e-mail, known as the postmaster. If you have a problem with e-mail, or can't find a user's address by other means, you can send e-mail to postmaster@host.
a person assigned to the task of managing the electronic mail system associated with a domain
The person at each site who is responsible for handling e-mail problems at that site. Send e-mail to the postmaster of a site if you are having some difficulties getting a message through, or need other information about the site. E-mail messages to this person are addressed to firstname.lastname@example.org for example.
The administrator responsible for resolving email problems, answering queries about users and other related duties at a site.
The person responsible for ensuring the smooth running of an email service for an Internet domain.
A special type of user responsible for tracking failed mail delivery. A post-master is responsible for following up on queries from users and other postmasters. Internet standards require that the postmaster account be valid at every domain.
Most sites to which you can direct electronic mail have a postmaster who is a contact person at that site. The postmaster will handle addressing queries, attempt to deliver mail where there are addressing problems, and otherwise intervene where there are problems with automated mail delivery.
An address that is required for every domain on the Internet by RFC 821/822. People send inquiries about user and host names to the postmaster address in that domain.
The person to contact at a particular site to ask for information about the site or complain about one of his/her user's behavior.
An alias for a person or group of persons handling e-mail enquiries at a particular site or organisation.
Whom to contact at a Web site, ISP or other site to request information, get help with delivery or register complaints.
The person to contact at a particular server/site to get help, or information about that server/site. Also the person to contact to register a complaint about a user's behavior.
By convention, an account used to communicate with the person (or people) responsible for maintaining a Messaging Server.
The person responsible for taking care of electronic mail problems, answering queries about users, and other related work at a site. See also: Electronic Mail. [Source: ZEN
The person responsible for taking care of email services, answering questions and complaints at a particular site. If you're looking to contact someone, anyone at a given site, try addressing it to email@example.com.
The person at a host who is responsible for managing the mail system. If you need information about a user at a particular host, you can usually send e-mail to the postmaster at postmaster@hostname.
A special type of user responsible for maintaining the mail delivery system for a particular group of computers. A postmaster is responsible for following up on queries from users and other postmasters. Internet standards require that the postmaster account be valid at every domain.
A required default email account for a domain. In order to receive email from the postmaster account, it has to be forwarded to another email address.
Officer appointed by the President of the Senate to oversee legislative mail operations.
An address to which you can send questions about a site (asking if a user has an account there or if they sell a particular product, for example).
The person responsible for taking care of electronic mailproblems, answering queries about users, and other related work ata site. See also: Electronic Mail.[Source: ZEN] POTS
The name given to the person in charge of administrating email for a particular site. According to convention, mail sent to firstname.lastname@example.org should be read by a real live person.
In computers and technology, postmaster is a term used to identify the administrator of a mail server. Nearly every domain will have the e-mail address email@example.com where errors in e-mail processing are directed. Error e-mails automatically generated by mail servers MTAs usually appear to have been sent to the postmaster address.