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Use the Internets to send regular mail

Postby beakmyn » Wed Jul 04, 2007 3:51 am

It's a revolution in dead tree technology! You can actually use the internet to send a letter!

lifehacker wrote:Web service eSnailer's out to bring back snail mail: eSnailer prints, envelops, stamps, and mails actual dead-tree letters free of charge within 24 hours. You enter the recipient's mailing information, your return address and compose your letter using a rich text editor and send it off all at eSnailer. The catch: eSnailer forces (yes, forces) you to "sign up" for a special offer, using the information entered in the return address. Your call on whether or not the extra "special offer"/junk mail's worth it. Thanks, Aaron!


http://www.esnailer.com/

Ok, here's the part I haven't tried. What happens if you put the recipients address in the to and from? If there's no duplication check they get the letter and the spam! Sure beats filling out all the postcards and mailers like we did in grammar school. I think my friend's parents still get junk mail for fixing their VW and shoe lifts.
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