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Christmas is coming and small businesses in the retail sector will be sending their goods out to customers over this period. Officeworks has brought out a cheap 500g pre-paid satchel offering for businesses that need to send smaller items. The office supplies retailer did this after conducting research on the postage habits of small businesses. Here's what you need to know.

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Microsoft is updating the built-in Mail, Calendar and People Apps in Windows 8. The most notable changes? Updates that allow those apps to integrate better with Exchange accounts, and also make them somewhat more functional.

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Physical letters used to rule the world, back when a stamp was an object of value and power. Now, Australia Post spends more time sending out eBay parcels, and physical mail is often derided as "snail mail". How important is a physical letter to you?

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What's more thrilling than receiving your online shopping order? Realising that you've accidentally been sent something extra in the same package and haven't been charged for it. But can you legally keep it? In Australia, the answer is "maybe" — but you have to go about it the right way. Here's how.

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If you don't process your mail daily it tends to become clutter, either on a side table, your desk, or another area. That's a mess and you'll probably lose something important eventually. Consider using a small basket or box to contain your daily mail until you can process it weekly. This keeps your mail handy, you don't have to worry about losing important mailed documents such as tax notifications or car registrations and it will help keep clutter to a minimum.

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Our lives are filled with spam. It has many names and comes in many forms, from email to snail mail to text messages and more. With the help of technology, as well as some clever thinking, it's not too difficult to filter out all the unwanted crap in your life. Here's how to do it.

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A little over a year ago Yahoo started rolling out the beta version of its new Mail service. Now the beta tag is gone and Yahoo has moved everyone to the new layout. If you preferred the old version, Techdows found a trick to get it back using, of all things, your display settings.

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An unrealistic fantasy of most guys (nerds?) is to forge their own sword and wield it on the field of battle. Instructables user Mrballeng will show you how to forge your own Excalibur letter opener and wield it on the field of bill opening.

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Scam emails are distressingly common, but scams that use old-fashioned snail mail still proliferate. In one example currently active in Victoria, Queensland, SA and NT, travel-themed scratch cards are used to try and con people out of their money.