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A popular slang term for correspondence sent through the post, rather than by e-mail. Snail mail is much slower than e-mail (hence its name) and has become less common for correspondence in which a physical signature or package is not required.
A term often used by Internet aficionados to describe traditional ground mail via the U.S. Postal Service, referring to its relatively slow speed of delivery compared to e-mail.
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Lamprecht said he'll snail-mail
his CD to the first 25 people interested in having a copy.
Exponentially Greater Results Than Traditional Snail-Mail
In addition to the software technology, Arial helps customers move from the world of snail-mail
to on-line marketing through a variety of related services, from data scrubbing and conversion to full-service E-Mail Assistant integration based on a desired marketing or support campaign.