You can expect that your mail will be mailed out the same day which you place it in a mailbox if you do so in the morning, or the following business day if you place it in the mailbox after the carrier has already visited the mailbox that day. The postal service picks up from most mailboxes Monday through Saturday. To determine when a letter was mailed, if you are in receipt of the letter, you can examine the postmark date on it. It shows when the postal service took possession of the letter.
The past tense of mail is mailed.
Mailed ... it's the past tense of the action verb, mail as in to 'mail a letter.'
The past tense is mailed.
It is legal to open someone else's mail at work. When something is mailed to a business or organization, it is actually mailed to them.
No, because mail people do not deliver on sundays.
the mail doesn't get mailed to the right house
I mailed a letter on yesterday and I mailed one today when will it be picked up and delivered?
The past participle of 'to mail' is mailed.(See Related questions below)
Firearms can legally be mailed within the restrictions of the Postal Service. Ammunition and many other explosives cannot be mailed. (see the related link)
Yes, mail will still be mailed during the week of fourth of July.