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    Definition Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (STMP) is often described as a connection-oriented that is text-based protocol, which allows a mail sender to communicates with a mail receiver. STMP uses command strings that are issued and supplies data over a data stream channel, which is usually a Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) connection. STMP main objective is to transfer mail reliably and efficiently. SMTP travels over TCP port 587 and is mainly used by clients to send messages. Industry Standard Reference STMP is referred as an Internet Standard describing the specification of a technology or methodology applicable to the Internet. The Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) established the Internet Standards by starting with Internet…

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    Problems The 1920s was a step into the modern age with developments like refrigeration and penicillin that many took advantage of. However, the target of 1920s innovation was how we used aviation to excel transportation and communication within the country using a surplus military airplanes that no longer served a purpose. With this different approach for shipping goods came difficulties soon after takeoff, pilots struggling to keep up, find their way, or stay airborne. The beginnings of…

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    efficient and reliable communications across the United States for more than two centuries. It has grown in both number of post offices and ways to deliver mail. Nonetheless, mail volume has substantially decreased as electronic mail and package delivery companies took business away from the USPS. Although the traditional mail system independently lasted throughout the years without any changes and still held some value, by restructuring the United States Postal Service to meet the needs of the…

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    the postal service has operated with the aim of satisfying the customers and uniting them despite the difference in their locality. This has been made possible thanks to technology that was engrained into its operations. The company started by distributing mails by horseback and stagecoach and later used the steam engine to deliver mails. They also introduced stamps and charged according to the weight and distance of the delivery locale. Hence, a 5-cent stamp…

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    Nothing brightens my mood more than opening a personal card sent by a loved one, friend, or colleague. But that occurrence declines year after year, for the daily mail morphs into an endless pile of bills, coupons, and presidential election flyers. Nowadays, the only card I can expect to see in my mailbox is the credit card companies with their customer acquisition offers. The personal touch of handwritten cards ensures the purposes of the USPS (United States Postal Service) are still there but…

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    United States Postal Service’s officials to deliver mail to all properties and residences’ addresses with acceptable authorized United States Postal Service’s receptacles. However, United States Postal Service officials are denying Disabled Veteran Timberlake’s authorized United States Postal Service's receptacle, United States Postal Service’s property and residence mail delivery service at 2117 Atkins Drive, Huntsville, Alabama 35810. Some malevolent managerial Postal Service’s officials…

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    Direct mail advertising is inherently risky, and, of itself, rarely guarantees success. If executed poorly, recipients are likely to regard it as spam and quickly dispose of it, thus being a waste of money, time, resources, and, potentially, reputation (Suttle, 2015). In fact, 44% of direct mail recipients throw the mail away immediately, without opening it (Suttle, 2015). Nevertheless, when complementing the right campaign, and when utilised correctly, direct mail is an invaluable asset. As…

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    Swot Analysis For Usps

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    the closing fiscal year of 2012, and it also delivers around 40% of the world’s mail (David, 2015). USPS source of incomes is based on the sale of postages, and product services such as: first class mail, standard mail, and packages delivery. First class is the prime income generator with an estimated earning of 45% of total revenues .It allows customers to ship items up to 70lbs, and it also includes…

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    Body Armor History

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    The second type of armor that has evolved big time over time is, chain mail. It has changed all the way from iron rings put together to make a suit of armor. All the way to Ballistic vests and protective clothing used for bullet resistance and safety of soldiers, cops, and many more people involved in gun violence around the world. The third type of armor that has evolved over time is, the shields that were used in battles and combat in the medieval times. The most important thing I found…

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    The Mail Empire Essay

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    The Mail Empire was a West African empire that existed from 1230 to 1600 (nehemia levtzion). The Mali Empire can also be referred to as the Mandingo Empire or the Manden Kurufa Empire. The empire Had many reflective culture effect on West Africa. The empire was founded by Sundaita Keita, and stretched over a large area that where consisted of small kindoms and provinces. The Mali Empire was successful because of the trade it had over other empire in Africa. The empire contain three gold mines…

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