mail to

mail (something) to (one)

To send a letter or package through the postal system to one. I've got to mail this check to the phone company before they shut off my phone lines! I'll have to leave some things here when I move—will you be able to mail them to me later?
See also: mail

mail something to someone

to send something to someone by mail. I mailed the check to you yesterday. I mailed a gift to my niece.
See also: mail
References in classic literature ?
The last burst carried the mail to the summit of the hill.
On October 12, we obtained nasal swabs from postal workers most likely to have handled contaminated mail at two county postal facilities that supplied mail to the workplace.
You should mail to them periodically; you never know when they may need to use your services, especially for special projects.
Direct mail to these groups should occur at least twice a year.
Several mills have also begun using more mixed papers like mail to make recycled tissue products like napkins, paper towels and tissues.
So there's really no question that incumbents are using direct mail to gain unfair political advantage.