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In today's IT world we have email addressess and IP addresses.
Your computer has an IP address. I am sure many of you are aware of it. It is IPv4 address which has 32-bits.

In the future we will get IPv6 addresses which has 128-bits. However, I have not learnt how to calculate IPv6 addresses.

What is the opposite word for your email address?
Is it postal address? It may be just address or permanent address.
Your comments are welcome.

The opposite word for your mobile phone is either fixed line or landline.
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RotterIn today's IT world we have email addressess and IP addresses.
Your computer has an IP address. I am sure many of you are aware of it. It is IPv4 address which has 32-bits.

In the future we will get IPv6 addresses which has 128-bits. However, I have not learnt how to calculate IPv6 addresses.

What is the opposite word for your email address?
Is it postal address? It may be just address or permanent address.
Your comments are welcome.

The opposite word for your mobile phone is either fixed line or landline.
Both postal / street address and snail-mail address are common.
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I have an additional question.

1.They can mail to you the papers.

I understand that the above is incorrect.

It should be ' They can mail you the papers'.

Is the first sentence incorrect?
Is it wrong to say either post to you or mail to you documents?
RotterI have an additional question.

1.They can mail to you the papers.

I understand that the above is incorrect.

It should be ' They can mail you the papers'.

Is the first sentence incorrect? It is awkward.
Is it wrong to say either post to you or mail to you documents?

You can also say, "they can mail the papers to you".
RotterIs it wrong to say either post to you or mail to you documents?
No, it just depends on which English you speak. American English uses the mail to wording. In England and the rest of the UK, the wording is post to.
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