In Microsoft Windows NT, a connectionless interprocess communications mechanism that provides one-tomany and many-to-one communications, suitable for broadcasting a message to multiple processes.
   In Windows NT, mailslots are implemented via the Mailslot File System, which manages all mailslot access and connections. Mailslots are used for browse requests and logon authentication.

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