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USPS Informed Delivery
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Post office photographs all mail.
Instead of just the NSA, YOU see what you're getting via email and their website!

That's 'Informed Delivery.' Just go to USPS and sign up.

For instance, today they photoed a post card from the VFW (twice, for some reason) and an ad from local YWCA.

   

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Thanks for the info. I just signed up.
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It's only stuff that gets handled by their automatic equipment, so nothing over 1/4" thick, no junk mail delivered to all postal customers, etc. But still potentially very useful.
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UptownSport (10-17-2017)
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bump

very useful, not to miss an important item

https://informeddelivery.usps.com
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#5
I signed up and found it to be useful, but keep in mind that not all the mail images, even first class envelopes, show up in the email or website.
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(10-17-2017, 09:56 AM)blars Wrote: It's only stuff that gets handled by their automatic equipment, so nothing over 1/4" thick, no junk mail delivered to all postal customers, etc.  But still potentially very useful.

To quote the USPS: Images are only provided for letter-sized mailpieces that are processed through USPS' automated equipment
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And I don't think they image .gov correspondence- Informed delivery showed 'Image Not Available,' then two VA letters showed up.
I guess the NSA already knows what you're getting from their 'brethren'  LoL, but not really.
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