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U.S. Postal Service

A government organization in the United States that delivers mail to individuals and businesses. It is required to offer the same prices for the entire U.S., regardless of geography. It is also the only organization allowed access to mail boxes with "U.S. Mail" stamped on them. It traces its origins to 1775.
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PCmail, also currently being beta tested with the US Postal Service, is a wallet-sized postage storage device that uses a computer's printer to print postage directly onto envelopes.
On August 9th, E-Stamp was one of only two companies to receive final approval from the US Postal Service to sell Internet postage nationally - the first time in nearly 80 years that a U.
E-Stamp Corporation, the Internet postage pioneer that received final approval from the US Postal Service last Monday (August 9) to launch the E-Stamp Internet postage product nationally, has announced a strengthening of its management team.
The security module applied to the Simply Postage system meets the standards required by the US Postal Service.
Our customers and partners -- such as the US Postal Service, AOL, Compaq and Microsoft -- have high standards and we are committed to delivering high quality products and services.
The Information Based Indicia Program (IBIP) is a regulated, multi-vendor program operated by the US Postal Service.