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RECEIVING MAIL Wanderer 1-20-03  
I INTEND TO GO ON THE ROAD FOR THE FIRST-TIME, FOR A VERY EXTENDED PERIOD. Please recommend ways that work best for receiving mail when moving from place-to-place every day or two. Names of mail-forwarding companies would be appreciated. Their rules/restrictions/cost,etc. Thank you.
Re: RECEIVING MAIL tioga's friend 5-2-03  
My son scans my mail and sends it as an attachment to my email.
Re: RECEIVING MAIL rrk 9-6-04  
You must be a member of FMCA, aren't you? If not, join the organization. Family Motor Coach Assoc. $35 per year. They have free mail forwarding service as part of the membership package, and that's just one of the benefits. Check it out. If you're going to full time, you have to be a member.
Re: RECEIVING MAIL Michiko Hata 6-24-03  
If you're a member of "Passport America," you can use their mailing service for a minimal charge.
Re: RECEIVING MAIL Judy 8-19-03  
We've had four years of totally reliable mail forwarding experience receiving mail all over North America with Mail Call Express out of Hillsboro, OR. 800-991-2370 It's especially beneficial if you plan to spend a lot of time out west.
Re: RECEIVING MAIL rhule 1-15-04  
Service offered by Capital Express Mail for mail forwarding has been great for us for sometime now. Reach their site at
Re: RECEIVING MAIL Michael Smith 7-28-03  
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