Test Stamps.com e-postage in Office 2003 Beta 2

Dear Microsoft Office 2003 Beta 2 user:

Microsoft and Stamps.com have developed a simplified process for printing e-postage right from within Microsoft Office. This service helps you avoid time consuming trips to the post office and streamline your administrative tasks.

For your help in testing this new functionality, Stamps.com is offering its service for free to Microsoft Office 2003 Beta 2 testers at http://www.stamps.com/officebeta2

To take advantage of this new capability, you must download a special version of the Stamps.com software and sign up for the service at http://www.stamps.com/officebeta2 Please help us test this integration and provide any feedback to officebeta2@stamps.com Please note that the service is being offered for free during Microsoft Office 2003 Beta 2 - no monthly service fees at all! In addition, you will receive a free Supplies Kit when you sign up for this Exclusive Offer.

Thank you,

Microsoft Office Team

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News source: In-House

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After I installed the software I had to register. That's where it got scarely, later on in the regiser wizard it ask for the last four digits of your social security number. :dead: