How do you use an Internet postage stamp?


The U.S. Postal Service allows customers to buy and print postage online using the website Discounts are available on postage bought online, and mail sent with online postage can be tracked.

  1. Log on to

    Log on to your account. Signing up for an account is free. provides software to allow for the printing of stamps and also supplies a postal scale for a small fee.

  2. Enter an address

    Enter the address to which you want to send mail. links to MS Outlook, Quick Books and other address book software.

  3. Weigh the mail

    Weigh the letter or package being mailed. The digital postal scale connects directly to a computer, allowing the weight to be transmitted directly to the website.

  4. Print the postage

    Calculate the amount of postage needed, purchase it, and print the postage. Postage can be printed on labels, envelopes or paper. The amount of the postage is automatically deducted from your account.

  5. Mail the letter or package

    Apply the postage to the letter or package. Mail the letter or package at a U.S. post office or post office collection box.

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