from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. An electronic folder for incoming e-mails or text messages.
- n. A container for incoming documents, located in or near one's office or work area.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Alternative form of in-box.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
What comes to the inbox is a beautifully crafted email that is highly personalized for the recipient.
If any company needs help in learning how to really talk travel with the GLBT community, my inbox is always open: firstname.lastname@example.org
If your inbox is anything like ours, you get a regular stream of YouTube links from friends, relatives, friends-of-friends, friends-of-relatives-of-friends … and you only occasionally click through.
The makeup and tidiness of your inbox is a reflection of your habits, your mental health and, yes, even the way Mom and Dad raised you, according to the WSJ in a free access article which will hopefully brighten your day.
Most are junk, but she still has to wade through them and delete them, or her system starts rejecting all email because her inbox is too full, and then she misses the important ones.
My inbox is flooded this morning with requests for a response to the latest Internet speculation about where Twitter is headed.
Given that a significant percentage of the time, the stuff in my email inbox is messages that were sent directly to me that need some form of response or acknowledgment this model is somewhat sound although as many have pointed out there is a lot of room for improvement.
I set up filters for the most common stuff, and my inbox is much better now.
My inbox is always clear and everything is sorted into appropriate folders.
MARY LOUISE KELLY, host: Our inbox is chock full of comments with some choice words about your conversation yesterday, Robert, with Carl Paladino.
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