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Here, you’ll find couple of services that can help you eliminate concept of paper mail from your life completely(99%). Whether you need to send a postal letter or receive all of your postal mail in PDF format, these web services let you do it. Some for receiving your postal letters and some for sending them. It’s not only more convenient but also cheaper(at least for sending).

FOR RECEIVING LETTERS: RemoteControlMail (changed to http://www.earthclassmail.com)

online mail handling serviceRemoteControlMail offers all-in-one secure solution for dealing with incoming mail digitally. Not only it can receive, sort, open and turn your mail into searchable PDF documents but also lets you access it online, store, shred, print and even forward it to any address worldwide. It’s convenient solution for P.O. Box holders, frequent travelers, frequent movers, multiple home owners, expatriates, and university students.

It’s up to you to decide what type of email you would want to receive this way, although keep in mind security measures here considerably better then what you get with regular mailbox or po box. An ideal solution would be to let it handle everything that you don’t need in the original paper form and items revealing your personal identity. These can be time-sensitive items (bills, dues notices, …) infrequent but important notices (insurance cards, car registration tags, voting ballots, holiday greetings, wedding announcements, children’s school alerts…) and so on. More features;

  • read, save, store, print, shred and recycle your mail online
  • securely archive your mail (physical document, it’s digital copy or both)
  • easily search through all of your mail
  • forward your mail to any desired address
  • Pricing: varies between 12.50$- 49.95$/monthly depending on your account.

FOR SENDING LETTERS: L-Mail | EZGram

L-Mail and EZgram work as web-based alternatives to your local post office. With any of these two you can send postal letters worldwide right from your PC. Things are rather straightforward here; you simply type your letter online and press send, afterwards it’s printed out, sealed in an envelope, properly stamped and forwarded to the provided mailing address. Your letter will look like any other letter sent from a real post office with your name and address under the sender area. Check out quick feature run-down below

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  • post letter right from your browser or email
  • receive an e-mail copy of sent letters
  • track the current status of your letter(ex; delivered)
  • send one letter to multiple recipients(ex; everyone in the contact list)
  • reach letter formatiing options
  • max. letter size (three A4 pages)
  • send braille or audio letters
  • different account options
  • Pricing: price usually varies beetween 1-2$ depending on the delivery address(ex; sending a letter to UK regardless of your location would cost you 1.18$(credit card) or 2.04$(debit card)) More on pricing
  • post letter right from your browser
  • add pdf enclosures to your letter(resume, CV, etc)
  • max. letter size (four A4 pages)
  • create letters that can be viewed and sent by others. Create a mailing campaign
  • Pricing: $1 per letter, which includes postage, with an additional $0.10 each for pages 2 through 4, and a $.50 charge for worldwide delivery..

  1. Ross
    November 20, 2015 at 5:04 am

    I use Traveling Mailbox .. Love them!

  2. Silver
    January 2, 2010 at 9:47 am

    Very nice site.I’ve always loved their service but I personally never felt safe checking an account with all my personal information in it at a cybercafe while traveling and I wished I could check my mail when commuting to work.

  3. kv3282
    September 27, 2009 at 8:12 am

    another website is themailmonster.com , and it's free...

  4. Kevin
    July 29, 2009 at 1:40 pm

    Geeze, seems like there are a lot of these services out there! One I have used is http://SnailMailr.com - they have a nice UI that's very streamlined (for example you don't have to create an account) ...

  5. Matt
    May 14, 2009 at 2:19 am

    There is now an iPhone app that lets you access your earthclassmailcoupon (use that link and get one month free) account.

    I've always loved their service but I personally never felt safe checking an account with all my personal information in it at a cybercafe while traveling and I wished I could check my mail when commuting to work. The iPhone app (msconsultingllc.com/iclassmail/ iClass Mail) provides easy and secure access to it from anywhere.

  6. Daniel Craig
    February 25, 2009 at 8:21 pm

    I tried Mail4ward while traveling Australia, America and South America. They have a great range of services and were flexible to meet my mail needs. I was able to have my mail opened, scanned and then uploaded into my own personal account where I could view my mail online no matter where I was then decide if I wanted it forwarded, held or recycled. Fantastic!

    mail4ward.com.au
    Tell them Daniel sent you!

  7. Abhi
    December 9, 2008 at 12:37 am

    Hello,

    I am looking for a FREE service for sending postal mails through PC. Can anyone suggest me some free sites?

    • Anuj
      February 9, 2009 at 8:40 am

      You can find more such services that can send cards, documents to your postal address. Few of them are listed at remember-postoffice.blogspot.com and some of them are free

  8. Jim
    September 12, 2008 at 9:43 pm

    Those services to me are really annoying. I just want to send my girlfriend a love letter and all of them wanted me to sign up. But...

    I found one that was pretty good. tylergram.com its really easy and simple (and she loved it) she thought it was directly from me because it was handed stamped and everything. woot!

  9. Adam M
    June 19, 2008 at 9:42 am

    Also check out PostalMethods, a web-to-post service that emphasizes API access for developers.

  10. Craig
    February 26, 2008 at 5:43 pm

    SOS MAIL SOLUTIONS offers a service where customers can have their mail opened, scanned and uploaded into their own personal account on the website whereby they are able to view, read,print,delete or forward at any time, any where in the world.www.sosmail.com.au

  11. Jayson
    February 2, 2008 at 11:34 am

    I used that http://www.snailmailme.com site the other day, worked out amazing. Sent a postcard to friends back home. I work for a charitable organization in Calgary and using snailmailme for RSVP's to the event might work out well.

  12. iwiLetter.com
    January 3, 2008 at 12:38 pm

    Hi there! We recently launched iwiLetter.com "e-we Letter" and we use only recycled paper and envelopes. Send a letter anywhere in the US from anywhere you have Internet access. For example, if you are travelling anywhere in the world, simply visit iwiLetter.com and type your letter. We'll print, stuff, stamp, and mail it much faster than a letter would be mailed from outside the US.

  13. mesfin naizghi
    December 8, 2007 at 8:31 am

    I sent a letter to my brather in usa.How can i get the answer in this website?
    Cn you help me how its work this wbsite?

  14. emma byx
    July 10, 2007 at 12:27 am

    I was happy to find it!

  15. Aibek
    May 23, 2007 at 3:09 pm

    @Stephan
    Looks good, I'll mention it in the upcoming 'extra' post.

  16. Stephan
    May 23, 2007 at 1:36 pm

    web2snail.com/ also prints postal mail in several countries worldwide.

  17. Stephan
    May 23, 2007 at 1:32 pm
  18. Jason
    February 9, 2007 at 7:38 pm

    hey, these apps for sending letters are great. Thank you

    • Sam
      February 1, 2008 at 1:17 pm

      Yah, thanks these are some pretty neat services! You might also want to take a look at Snailmailme.com (www.snailmailme.com).

      • Sascha
        February 5, 2008 at 11:16 am

        I completely agree - nailmailme.com is amazing.

      • Alexandre
        February 8, 2008 at 9:48 am

        i actually used snailmailme.com to send out all my xmast greeting and was very pleased with the whole experience..registration took less than a minute...site has many neat features such as: photo uploading, digital signatures, fully functional address book...and the multiple recipient function was the killer-app for me...i uploaded all of my contacts to my addressbook on the website as a .csv file and then i sent out 150 xmast greetings to friends and family throughout the world with just a couple clicks...the whole process only took me 10-15 mins!...definitely worth checking out if you are looking for a reliable, easy to use online postal mail service!

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