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Re: email and the US Post Office

U.S. Postal Service to deliver e-mail on paper 

This is from and editorial news leter - one of many I receive daily....

Could this be the cause of that ill directed rumor??????????????

When I first read the above headline, I thought the Post Office had 
gone whacko. Why would anyone want a paper delivery of an electronic 
message? Can't you just print it yourself? Then I read the article and 
realized the idea wasn't so nutty after all. Here's the plan. If you 
need to send out a whole bunch of documents, say a customer newsletter, 
you could e-mail it, along with the mailing list, to the Postal 
Service. It would forward the document to a printer near the recipient, 
and then drop it in the mail for you. Beats licking stamps and stuffing 
envelopes in my book. 
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