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How Virtual Mailbox Service Changes Our Lives?

PostScan Mail Digital Mailbox Service

Virtual mailbox is one of the services that you should start using if you haven’t started already. It is a service that can significantly enhance the quality of your life.

All the claims that modern ways of communication have reduced the time that people spend together are unrealistic. The role of technology is to help us.

With a virtual mail, you can take better control of your life, spare yourself the trouble of fetching mail from the post office, and use your time effectively.

“I love the rebelliousness of snail mail, and I love anything that can arrive with a postage stamp. There’s something about that person’s breath and hands on the letter.” Diane Lane

Diane Lane’s quote makes sense to a lot of people. Snail mail is simply irreplaceable, and not only because of the significant documents that people send through it.

Emails and texting can never replace the feelings you get when you receive postcards or letters from loved ones.

However, handling postal mail can be a real headache to people who don’t have time or energy to drive to the post office to fetch their mail.

Plus, it is not practical to ask your neighbors to handle your mail when you are not around.

Read this: The difference between Physical PO box and digital PO box

Virtual online mailbox is a service that lets you access your mailbox from anywhere in the world. Why would you worry about postal mail if someone else receives it and scans it for you?

You get to see an uploaded image of your mail without suffering from the dust that paper mail brings.

With a virtual mailbox, you can manage your mail online and receive items that really matter without unnecessary trips to the post office.  

Rest assured, virtual mail services are not replacing the traditional mail that you love and need, now you can forward mails and forward packages to anywhere you like. The technology is introduced to meet the needs of those who cherish postal mail but do not have the time to handle it.

Like Diane Lane said “There’s something about that person’s breath and hands on the letter,” but definitely no one wants to receive junk mail because there is simply nothing special about it.

Sign up for a service that is going to spare you the trouble of shredding a lot of junk mail items. With PostScanMail, postal mail is not going anywhere. It is just going virtual.

With PostScan Mail, you can use your time wisely: take a walk, watch movies, or shoot the breeze. Whatever you do, don’t waste your time sorting postal mail or shredding junk.

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Maya Angelou Stamp Has One Error

Maya Angelou Stamp

Maya Angelou, best known for rising from poverty, segregation, and violence to becoming a famous poet, singer, actress, and dancer, is being commemorated by the United States Postal Service with this beautiful stamp.

But the funny thing is… the quote isn’t actually hers. On Monday, Joan Walsh Anglund, a children’s writer, told The Washington Post that she originated the sentence in her book of poems A Cup of Sun, published in 1967.

The quote has been attributed to Angelou before though. President Obama even attributed the quote to her when he presented the National Medal of the Arts and Humanities.

Anglund didn’t seem to be too upset about the misattribution and said that she hopes that the stamp is very successful.

The stamp is now available for purchase in blocks of 4 for $1.96 or blocks of 8 for $3.92 or a sheet of 12 stamps for $5.88 at your local USPS store or online.

It is a good gesture of USPS to preserve the memory of Maya Angelou with a beautiful stamp. If you are a stamp collector, this is a good opportunity for you to keep a funny stamp, commemorating Maya Angelou with someone else’ quote.

Anyways, not so many people will notice as the trend now is virtual mail. You can sign up for PostScan Mail’s virtual mailbox services to read, view and manage your postal mail online with utmost ease without having to visit the post office or buying stamps.

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