Mailroom

(redirected from Mail Room)
Also found in: Dictionary.

Mailroom

A place in an office where incoming mail is directed to the proper recipient and outgoing mail is passed on to the post office. A mail room should not be confused with a post office because a mailroom is privately owned and controlled internally.
References in periodicals archive ?
Police spokeswoman Bonnie Winchester said early reports indicated the explosion was in a mail room.
The letter arrived in the mail room of the building at 9am, ahead of a speech by the Prince on organic farming.
mail room security options, the company was growing quickly.
US company RMS Titanic owns the legal salvage rights and hopes to recover objects from the ship's mail room, first-class cabins and captain's quarters, as well as valuable jewels from the bow.
Marshall Mail Room of the Russell Building, SP-EDS is able to provide additional security by automatically detecting explosives that X-ray machines might miss.
Alert mail room workers dialled 999 when they spotted a package with the same handwriting as on the earlier threatening mail.
Kalinsky began his career with GEICO in 1985 working in the mail room.
1, Staffing, managing and operating the central mail room facility to process, sort and distribute all incoming and outgoing inter-office and postal service mailing needs of the Town and Board of Education.
It detonated in the Capita mail room at the firm's Westminster offices at 9.
A military prisoner brought an action challenging the policy that allows mail room personnel to reject incoming mail that contains photocopies of publications or materials that do not come directly from a publisher or commercial vendor.
It was found in a mail room at his office in Washington DC.
If someone comes in and says, 'Myself and three of my co-workers in the mail room at Sony all have the flu,' that should give you pause.