Wednesday, April 12, 2017

USPS Moves To 20th Century

Now it seems there's a program to take the last scan of all postal mail before final delivery, and e-mail the picture to you in case you were wondering if you were going to get any mail today.

Just what I need, an e-mail showing the cover of every piece of junk mail that would normally show up in my mail box. By the time I see the e-mail picture, the stuff is already on it's way so I can't reply to dump it there and save the carrier the effort of putting it in my box.


Merle said...

declare it to be spam???

Anonymous said...

Lovely--now, in addition to having some of my mail delivered to the wrong address, some stranger will get an email showing what might be delivered to my house.