August 29, 2015

MailFreezr

MailFreezr
Freeze emails for up to 100 years. I’ve used a service like this before, but I’m not sure if it would keep the message for that long, (and I’m not sure if this will.)


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EmailFuture.com Similar to MailFreezr, the site lets you send emails to the future. Also see FutureMe