Snail mail to cyberspace

* Electronic Postmark, which can be attached to Internet communications

to protect documents by detecting if a file has been tampered with in transit.

* eBillPay, which allows customers to pay bills online via a secure

portal.

* Post Electronic Courier Service (PosteCS), which notifies senders

when a document has been sent, when the recipient has been notified and

when the recipient has opened the document.

* High-speed Optical Character Recognition mail sorters, which process

up to 12 envelopes per second and affix a bar code on the front to enable

additional automation processing.

* PC Postage, which allows customers to use their PCs to buy stamps

via the Internet and print them directly onto envelopes or labels.

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