It’s called Email Options

April 21, 2008 at 10:00 am Leave a comment

Sometimes I wonder about stuff. Like this “Future Me” site … – a service which allows you to send emails to yourself (or someone else) at a future date. Last time I checked, many email services had this. (If you funnel your emails into Outlook, you can certainly make this happen…) “kay, am I missing something…?

But hey, at least that site is free, right? Not so much with this one – “Time Vault Letters” which charges you $10 to mail yourself a letter – or $60 for 10 pre-paid envelopes. If this company turns a profit, it will indeed prove Mencken’s theory

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