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Snail Mail

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.

Snail Mail

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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It's available in two forms: as a downloadable PDF and a snailmail hardcopy.
Fund administrators are able to respond to requests from investors by directing them to their Limited Partner Portal within the VDR, rather than extracting information and responding by snailmail, email, courier or fax.