Mail FAQs:

Q: Is mail a retronym to distinguish it from the quicker email?

A: Yes.

Q: Is mail mail that is prepared for bulk mailing?

A: Yes, and often by presorting, and processing at reduced rates.

Q: Is mail censorship and concerns social?

A: Yes, and political, and legal aspects of civil rights.

Q: Is mail constantly tracked through the system?

A: Yes.

Q: Is mail also often sent to companies' existing subscriber bases?

A: Yes, and advertising new products or services.

Q: Is mail handled just like ordinary mail with the exception that it has to be signed for on receipt?

A: Yes.

Q: Is mail still widely used in business and personal communications for such reasons as legal requirements for signatures?

A: Yes, and requirements of etiquette, and the requirement to enclose small physical objects.

Q: Is mail also Egyptian?

A: Yes, and dating to 255 BC.

Q: Were mails available to certain officials without charge?

A: Yes, and which became a controversial privilege as the years passed.

Q: Is mail organized by national and privatized services?

A: Yes, and which are reciprocally interconnected by international regulations, organizations and international agreements.