e-stamp

e-stamp

(1) (Electronic-STAMP) One of several terms used to refer to the U.S. Postal Service's IBIP program. See PC Postage.

(2) (E-Stamp Corporation) In 1999, E-Stamp was the first PC Postage service approved by the U.S. Postal Service, but phased out of the business in late 2000. E-Stamp's postage system used a hardware key that acted as a vault to store paid postage so that stamps could be printed offline. E-Stamp's "e-stamp" trademark was later acquired by Stamps.com. See PC Postage and Stamps.com.
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Sources said that the Punjab Board of Revenue earlier introduced e-stamp paper aimed at making the process of sale and purchase of property transparent.
He said that e-stamp paper was need of the hour for foiling the nefarious designs of land mafia which would be got by filling challan form 32-A.
The cabinet also decided to launch e-stamp papers throughout the province under a phased programme.
In addition, an e-stamp's authenticity can be verified online using the enquiry module on the website as each e-stamp generates a unique identification number.
The real duck stamp will be mailed to you before the E-stamp expires.
Your Internet service provider would search for an e-stamp on any message that's addressed to many people.
What makes E-Stamp different is its patented Micro Vault technology.
KAL610) ROBERT EWALD, CEO of E-STAMP CORPORATION (ESTM), describes the company's business and its background; prospects for the industry, with positive and negative trends; competitive threats; strategic opportunities for the firm including its marketing plans and acquisition potential; management strength and organization; and the financial prospects of the firm looking forward.
SAirGroup's IT unit Atraxis and E-Stamp Corp are planning to start an online flight printing and reservation project in the autumn.
and E-Stamp Corporation (Nasdaq:ESTM), the first company to begin selling Internet postage commercially, have a joint sales, marketing and distribution agreement.
Meanwhile, internet postage company E-Stamp Corp saw its IPO well received as the issue rose as much as 94%.
The hardwareless solution will appeal to consumers for the lower cost and easier setup, but E-Stamp will eventually have it too,'' said analyst Vernon Keenan at San Francisco-based Keenan Vision Inc.