Outbox Scans and Sends Paper Parcels Digitally

By: Kevin Young - Published: • References: outboxbeta & statesman
Outbox will obliterate the growing stack of paper mail sitting at home by the door. Most people collect their mail, flip through it a couple of times and proceeds to fling it onto the table while it stacks into a mountainous overflow of wasted trees.

Founded by Evan Baehr and Will Davis, Outbox is an Austin startup company that will digitalize postal mail and thus, maintain its usefulness. The company is in partnership with the United States Postal Service that uses bank level security to file mail in its archive facility equipped with 24/7 security.

It's a free service that'll turn your cluster of bills, newsletters and cards visible on your smart phone or tablets. Users can archive the mail, re-read or request for the physical copy that will be sent directly to the home. Sign up by requesting an invite from Outbox. Stats for Advanced Digital Snail Mail Trending: Older & Mild
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