INTELPOSTInternational Electronic Post
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The Postal Service briefly offered two electronic services in the early 1980s, E-COM and INTELPOST, which allowed mailers to transmit letters electronically throughout the United States and the world.
19) That year the Postal Service introduced INTELPOST (International Electronic Post), a high-speed international electronic message service that was far more limited than modern e-mail.
INTELPOST was "an international facsimile message service available between the United States and about 50 foreign countries.