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.
was "an international facsimile message service available between the United States and about 50 foreign countries.
Subsequent Bolger brainstorms included Intelpost
, an international facsimile service that cost $1 million a year in promotion alone (charged, of course, to other classes of mail).