The name reserved for a user's default mailbox for mail delivery. INBOX is the only folder name that is case-insensitive. For example: INBOX, Inbox, and inbox are all valid names for a users default mailbox.
A folder where you receive incoming mail.
place to find all your to do emails and client corresspondence amongst the spam.
In many e-mail applications, the default mailbox where the program stores incoming messages.
All email programs provide an Inbox, a special mail folder or mailbox that holds your incoming mail messages. Your email program will allow you to read, reply to, save, or delete the messages in your Inbox.
Synonamous with mailbox. See mailbox. kinetic The name for MOREnet's e-mail domain and website hosting service. kinetic Manager The name of the web application that MOREnet customers with kinetic service use to administer the service.
The receptacle in which an e-mail application stores incoming messages.
This is the default mail box in email programs for incoming email.
Electronic mailbox for receiving email.
The collection station for all incoming e-mail, commonly broken down into directories and subdirectories for easy identification and categorization of correspondence.
the area where your incoming mail messages are stored before they are read.
An inbox is a file in which mail is delivered by the operating system. Rmail transfers mail from inboxes to Rmail files (q.v.) in which the mail is then stored permanently or until explicitly deleted. See section AA.5 Rmail Files and Inboxes.
The location in an e-mail browser where incoming e-mail is first seen.
The main or default Mailer container. The Inbox receives all incoming mail. Messages can be moved out of the Inbox and put in various containers.
Your inbox is the mailbox that your incoming email goes into automatically. It is recommended that you clean your inbox regularly, and sort the email you want to save into different folders.
The folder in your e-mail program / webmail where you get your incoming e-mails.
An inbox is a file in which mail is delivered by the operating system. Some mail handlers transfers mail from inboxes to mail files (q.v.) in which the mail is then stored permanently or until explicitly deleted.
The InBox is your primary position in the RunnerMail system. The InBox is where you begin after login. The InBox is a folder, and as such is a place you can store and retrieve messages. All new messages are placed in the InBox, when received, unless specified otherwise in the ‘Filter Manager.' The InBox functions just like any other folder.
a folder where you receive incoming email.
The folder in an email application where new emails usually appears.