A contract station of the U.S. Postal Service, the Campus Post Office was established in 1917 and offers full federally regulated service to the campus community and public. All commuter and resident students are provided with mailboxes at no charge.
Conceptually, a post office contains mailboxes for a set of network users. The users on the post office send and receive messages through their mailboxes. Physically, a post office is a directory structure on a network server. The directory structure contains subdirectories and databases that store messages and the information used to distribute the messages.
A postoffice is used to host multiple mailboxes and domains under one area. For example, if you were providing email hosting for multiple companies, you would create a postoffice for each company. Within the postoffice you can assign multiple domains and mailboxes.
A building that is almost always closed. On the off chance that it is actually open, post office customers can expect the usual queueing problems and a severely incremental and erratic pricing system for overseas mail. This seems to be based on the mysterious Belgian "standard" envelope, an object carefully designed to ensure that any card purchased in a Belgian card shop will automatically fail to qualify as regular mail.
the post office in Hogsmeade had at least three hundred owls, from Great Grays to tiny Scops (for local deliveries) to carry messages; the owls sat on shelves that were color-coded, depending on how fast you wanted your letter to get to its destination (PA8)
A post office is a facility authorized by a postal system for the posting, receipt, sortation, handling, transmission or delivery of mail. Post offices offer mail-related services such as post office boxes, postage and packaging supplies. In addition, some post offices offer non-postal services such as passport applications and other government forms, money orders, and banking services.
Post Office is a 1971 novel written by Charles Bukowski. In the same way that Ham On Rye can be said to be an autobiographical account of Bukowski's childhood, then Post Office may be said to be an autobiographical account of Bukowski's later years.