Email from the Great Server in the Sky

By Deane Barker on November 12, 2003

E-Mail From the Great Beyond: I like email and all, but not this much.

“…mylastemail.com, a new service that promises to deliver your final, heartfelt e-mail messages to your friends and relatives once you have passed on to that big cubicle in the sky.

Launched Monday by Tampa, Florida-based LifeTouch, the service lets customers store up to five messages on the company’s server until they die. At that time, a customer’s friend, relative or colleague mails a release certificate to LifeTouch, which then initiates the delivery of the messages.”

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Comments

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