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I understand your problem (and I'm still struggling myself with this problem). Some useful tips create an inbox for each member of the household and sort incoming items directly in those inboxes throw away "spam" directly (advertisements, ...) if it is something time critical (bills to pay), open it directly and make a note in your calendar or task ...


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In addition to the suggestions, don't just toss the "spam." A lot of catalogs you can opt out of receiving. That way you don't KEEP getting the same junk mail. You can also opt out of catalogs. Ask your banks and credit cards for their privacy policy and opt out of advertisements Switch to electronic bills Write back or call to stop getting requests ...


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Yes, there are a number of these in various countries, and more seem to be popping up all the time. Useful search terms would be Mail Boxes and Package Holding. In the UK one of our big ones is Mail Boxes Etc. who not only provide a basic mailbox, but also a wide range of services around that function, including phone notification when mail arrives. I ...


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Are you in the States? If so, or to anyone in the U.S. looking for an answer to this (and btw, it is a horrible waste of resources and polluter due to high gloss inks, etc.) Please check out the following hyperlink which takes you directly to their stop junk mail kit stopwaste.org Although it says it's Sold Out just click on the pdf which gives you the 1 ...


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Here's what I do with our paper mail. This process has been working well for several years. I bring the mail in from the mailbox. I immediately sort it into three piles - addressed to me, addressed to my wife, and junk to recycle. The recycle pile goes into the recyling bin, my wife's mail goes into her in basket, mine goes into my in basket. Ads and ...


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You need one big box. For each item do one of the following Throw it away (spam) Act and do it right away if it is very urgent Put it in the box (inbox) Every day reserve one hour (i.e. early morning) to process these items. Open each one and do one of the following Act right away if it take less than 5 min If it takes more than 5 min and has a ...


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In UK, a company lowcostletterbox.com does exactly what you want. This service is designed especially for online shoppers, though you can get other parcels delivered too. You can get your parcels/packages delivered to their centre that is local to you and collect at a time convenient to you. This is a pay-as-you-go service, only pay when you use them. visit ...


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I originally was using a package receiving service and paying $3.50 for every package, but found out that you can just use a P.O. Box for it. The P.O. Box I have accepts USPS, UPS, and FedEx. You just have to let them know you would like to ship boxes there as well with those services I think. Basically they just told me that you have to have it shipped to ...



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