mailer Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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mailernoun [C]

uk   us   /ˈmeɪlər/ COMMUNICATIONS
(UK mailshot) a ​paperadvertisementsent to homes or ​businesses: An election mailerreached three million homes. The direct mailer we ​produced was ​sent out to 250 ​members.
See also
a ​company, ​person, or ​softwareprogram that ​sendslots of ​letters or ​messages, especially many ​copies of the same thing: bulk/junk/mass mailer The ​junk mailer was ​fined for ​sendingbillions of ​messages without ​permission from the ​recipients.
US a ​specialenvelope or ​container for ​sending things that can easily ​break, have an unusual ​shape, or are very ​small: Robert ​copied the ​files onto a ​disk, put a ​label on it, and put it in a mailer.
(Definition of mailer from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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