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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.
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When McCarty speaks at conferences about mailrooms expanding into ancillary services, his message is loud and clear: Campus mailrooms should embrace being efficient by using technology, so that they can add more services and functions, becoming more vital on campus.
com), a world renowned sporting goods company has executed an agreement with SIS NW to automate mailroom operations for accounts payable processing.
The total cost of ownership of all the proposals for a maximum speed of 90,000 cycles per hour for the mailroom exceeds that of the new printing press by 15,000 copies.
Syntel developed AutoMail PRO, fully integrated software programmed specifically for financial institutions to help them cut costs by automating their mailrooms.
Neopost, a UK-based provider of mailroom equipment, has introduced neoTrack, its inbound mail tracking and proof of delivery software, the company announced today.
The official said one was in the mailroom of the Maryland Department of Transport facility in Hanover while the other was in a mail-handling facility in a state building in Annapolis.
Times-News, its mailroom supervisors were union members working on the crews, positions were attained solely by seniority, and there was little automation.
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Huey suggested that marketing managers check with a few selected mailrooms to determine "if they would accept or reject the type of direct mail piece that you plan to send.
The mailrooms at the Cohen building - which houses offices of the Food and Drug Administration, the Voice of America and others - have been closed and mailroom workers are being given antibiotics.
Thousands of postal workers and mailroom staff are being given antibiotics as a result of the discoveries and last night Washington's chief health officer called on people who handle large amounts of mail sorted at Brentwood to see their doctors to get the drugs.
NIJ and BOP want to know if they will work as successfully in prison mailrooms.