It works to maintain the universal network, establish the rules for international mail exchanges among its 191 members and improves the quality of service for customers.
What does MX stand for?
MX stands for Mail Exchange (record)
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We have 3 other meanings of MX in our Acronym Attic
- Microsoft Windows XP
- Me Without You (band)
- Modified Wadowsky-Yee (legionella research)
- Minister Where You Are
- Macedonian World Youth Congress (Macedonia)
- Marina West Yacht Club (Stockton, CA)
- Magic With Your Message (corporate consultation; website)
- Mobile WAP (Wireless Application Protocol) Yellow Page (Cgogo Technology Co., Ltd; Beijing, China)
- Muslim World Yellow Pages
- Compania Mexicana de Aviacion (IATA airline code)
Samples in periodicals archive:
He informed that more than 2,200 delegates gathered at Doha to discuss the future of the postal sector, adopt the organization's work programme for the next four years and refine the rules for international mail exchanges among the UPU's 192 member countries.
Adopting the right strategies to adapt to a new world is a central theme at the Doha Congress, where more than 2,200 delegates have gathered to discuss the future of the postal sector, adopt the organisation's work programme for the next four years and refine the rules for international mail exchanges among the UPU's 192 member-countries.
It sets the rules for international mail exchanges and makes recommendations to stimulate growth in mail volumes and to improve the quality of service for customers.
com/yv9hvz returns The free Global Mail Exchange (GMX) web-based email service has returned to the UK with all-new software.
According to the company, it provides technology for Network Box Transparent SMTP, enabling e-mails to be scanned and passed without interference to service, or to act as a secondary mail exchange.
This part is handled by Mail Exchange (MX) records in the associated DNS servers.
Finally, commercial services, such as CompuServ, Prodigy, GEnie, Dow Jones with MCI Mail, and America Online, in addition to their own services, offer gateways to electronic mail exchange with Internet users and may also provide other Internet options to subscribers.