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- Get Email Notification of Mail In Your Mailbox
The US Post Office can send you an email (like this one) about mail being delivered to your postal mailbox.
This is a free service.
This also helps notify you of any mail theft.
If post office emails you a picture of a letter that disappears from your mailbox, you will know.
To sign up,
Enter your zip code to check availability in your area.
If available, click "Sign Up".
Log in or create a new USPS account with your email address.
Click "Informed Delivery", and confirm your mailing address.
Check the box to certify the address is yours (you will need to prove it).
Click "Enroll in Informed Delivery"
Choose the verification method of "online" or "in-person".
Most locations require "in-person" verification.
If they require an in-person verification to complete the sign-up,
Print out the barcode (or view it on your phone).
Bring the barcode and 2 forms of ID into your local post office.
They will confirm your:
Name and photo
If your driver's license has your mailing address, that should be all they need.
If not, bring in a copy of a utility bill, along with a photo ID.
A utility bill is an electricity, gas, cable TV, trash, or water bill.
The bill must also show your mailing address and name.
Once your identity is verified, you can get electronic information on mail delivered to your mailbox by