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Postal Service Debuts Digital Mail in New York

Postal Service Debuts Digital Mail in New York

The U.S. Mail goes digital in Gotham this week. Residents and businesses in several New York ZIP Codes are being introduced to the Informed Delivery app which—every day at 8 a.m.—emails them pictures of the fronts of envelope mail being delivered to them later in the day.

The pilot program works through the My USPS website and follows on a small-market Virginia test of what the Postal Service initially called Real Mail Notification. Results of that 6,600-person program boded well for paper mail’s digital future.

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