• (noun): Mail sent by a sender at one time.
    Example: "The candidate sent out three large mailings"
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on mailing:

Bounce Address - Background Information
... For example, on electronic mailing lists, the information seen in the "From" header will come from the person who sent the e-mail to the list, while the bounce address will be set to that of the mailing list software ...
Bibliophile Mailing List
... The Bibliophile Mailing List is an electronic mailing list for sellers and collectors of rare, out-of-print and scarce books ...
Agava - Web-projects
... Zinester.Com - is electronic mailing service ... Hundreds of mailing lists on the most actual and various themes ... An opportunity to create your own mailing list ...
History Of Wedding Invitations - Mailing
... In countries that issue them, the envelope may be franked with love stamps ... The United States postal service issues a love stamp each year specifically denominated to cover the double weight of the invitation and reply (a rate slightly less than the cost of two regular stamps) ...
Cinematography Mailing List
... The Cinematography Mailing List is a website and collection of mailing lists founded by Geoffboyle/Geoff Boyle in November 1996 ... houses and related businesses." The Cinematography Mailing List maintains 21 separate mailing lists covering a variety of cinematography related ... A separate mailing list is available for film students (CML-basics) ...

More definitions of "mailing":

  • (noun): The transmission of a letter.
    Example: "The postmark indicates the time of mailing"
    Synonyms: posting