from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A container in which all the papers to be dealt with are put.
- n. an electronic folder serving the same purpose.
- n. The aggregate of items that demand one's attention or effort.
- v. To put in (someone's) in-box.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. a wood or metal receptacle placed on a desk to hold incoming material requiring attention, especially documents.
One client always referred to her in-box as the “Hell Hole.”
Email flooded into my in-box, and there was much online discussion.
However, it becomes nearly impossible to pursue long-term goals when you are guided solely by the most recent e-mail in your in-box or call from a client.
Thank you very much for the information which arrived in my in-box yesterday afternoon, and I read today.
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I open my in-box and see “Digital Manga Publishing acquires classic shojo title:”.
This was the not-so-New-Yearsy message on an e-card that appeared in my in-box on the same day as a moving personal reflection on the death of Christopher Hitchens.
I look up briefly from my studies to note an e-mail in my in-box from Americans United for Life, which is urging people to write or call their congressmen today.
I awoke to Duotrope's Weekly Wire in my in-box this morning.