in-box

[in-boks]
noun
1.
a boxlike tray, basket, or the like, as on a desk, for holding incoming mail, messages, or work.
2.
Computers. a folder for receiving and storing incoming e-mails or text messages.
Also, inbox.
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inbox (ˈɪnˌbɒks)
 
n
1.  a US and Canadian name for in-tray (on a computer) a folder in a mailbox in which incoming messages are stored and displayed
2.  a US and Canadian name for in-tray (on a computer) a folder in a mailbox in which incoming messages are stored and displayed

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Example sentences
He is too many e-mails in your inbox, a kind of cosmic spam.
Rather than let this thirteenth comment molder in my inbox, let me share it
  with you.
Blog posts are much easier to ignore than an overflowing inbox.
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