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You are using an outdated browser. Please upgrade your browser., the online letter service, is still delivering thousands of International letters on behalf of its UK client base whilst uncertainty remains about the Royal Mail. is an online post office that accepts letters in an electronic format from its clients, either through its web site or via its automated integration account (an API for the more computer literate). The innovative service then prints and posts the letters on behalf of its clients via 24 global locations – all without any assistance from Royal Mail.

Commenting on the industrial action Peter Harris, Managing Director of L-Mail commented "Whilst I appreciate the inconvenience industrial action can cause I welcome the opportunity it presents to our business whilst people seek real alternatives to the more traditional postal services at this time of need."

With increased speed of delivery and lower cost for International mail, L-Mail believe the strike will help highlight the benefits of the L-Mail service not only during the industrial action but beyond.

Bypassing industrial action is only part of the attraction of L-Mail. Harris explains "By way of an example, where a post office charges £0.78 for an airmail stamp alone, L-Mail will process a 4 page letter and charge from £0.57 including all the stationery, postage and dispatch of the letter from within the country . The end result is fast delivery and financial savings".

Some locations are more expensive, but according to Harris, the speed of delivery and automated nature of the service remains very appealing to the L-Mail client base. "Our clients are giving us great feedback on our service. Many are appreciative of removing the mailing chore so they can focus on their core business."

Businesses are putting L-Mail to a variety of uses. Some see saving money a good enough reason to send letter via L-Mail, whilst others are integrating their online systems with the L-Mail platform to automatically generate correspondence. Sending address verification and account activation codes to clients is a common use for L-Mail and something the service does faster, and often cheaper, than traditional postal services.


L-Mail offers a range of online letter writing solutions including:

- Web based letter writing. Write your letter and select one of 24 worldwide locations for it to be processed from.

- L-Mail API. Enables businesses to send letters direct from their computer system to the L-Mail computer systems.

- Braille Letters

- Audio Letters

L-Mail facilitates sending letters via the following locations:

Argentina - Buenos Aires
Australia - Braille Printing Station, Sydney
Australia - Melbourne
Australia - Perth
Australia - Sydney
Austria - Vienna
Botswana - Gaborone
Canada - Braille Printing Station, BC
Canada - British Columbia
China - Jlnan City
France - St Claud
India - Ernakulam,Kochi
Netherlands - Woerden
New Zealand - Braille Printing Station, Wellington
New Zealand - Wellington
Philippines - Manila
Romania - Cluj
Singapore - Singapore
Switzerland - Zurich
United Kingdom - Audio and Braille Letters, Bristol
United Kingdom - Edinburgh
United Kingdom - Northampton
United States - Denver
United States - New York

Sample pricing can be found online at

QiQ Communications, creators of L-Mail, was established in 1998. QiQ has developed web sites and provided consultancy services for royal institutions, charities, credit card firms, aviation authorities, security companies and businesses large and small around the globe.


Peter Harris
UK: +44 (0)2 07870 7833
Australia: +61 (0)2 8011 4783
USA: +1 (646) 257-3783

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