Schedule & Send Heartfelt Messages

Leave Personal Emails For Your Loved Ones

With The Postage, you gain access to a platform that:

  • Keeps your messages safe until the end of your life
  • Delivers them to your loved ones after you’re gone
  • Gives you control over what you say and when you said it

Send Special Notes to Loved Ones After You're Gone

Death can create lots of unresolved feelings and emotions for your loved ones as they grieve. The Postage helps you better prepare for the future today. We help you leave no stone unturned, ensuring that if anything should happen to you, you can say what you’ve always wanted to.

With The Postage platform, you can:

  • Write email messages to your dearest loved ones and friends
  • Save them in our data-encrypted platform
  • Store them there until the time comes.

When you pass, the system will begin sending messages to your friends and family members according to the schedule you create.

1. Determine Whom You’ll Send Messages To

Not everyone wants to talk about death — much less prepare messages to send people after you’re gone. However, these messages are less about you and more about the people who read them. So, determining whom you’ll send your last words to is just as important as the words themselves.

The receiver can be anyone, but we suggest starting with:

  • Your parent(s)
  • Your children
  • Your siblings
  • Your best friend(s)
  • Your spouse/significant other
  • Your family members

2. Write Emails and to Your Friends and Loved Ones

Now, it’s time to craft your messages. This is the chance to share what you’ve always wanted to say and to deliver some much-needed support to your loved ones. You can send whatever you want:

  • A heartfelt letter of condolence to offer love and support
  • A link to a nostalgic video of yours
  • Your favorite photo of you and your loved one
  • Important instructions about your estate
  • A secret social media account
  • Even grandma’s coveted meatloaf recipe!

Whatever you share, it will always be safe, secure, and private on The Postage site — even we won’t know what you upload. We use industry-leading security measures to ensure your private messages are secured.

3. Determine When You’ll Send Them

Timing is everything, so determining when you want your letters to go out is really important. After you pass, the delegate you’ve assigned will let The Postage know you’ve passed away. We’ll then begin letting your loved ones, friends, and associates know that you’ve sent them a message according to the schedule you’ve set.

A few important dates to send a message are:

  • Birthdays
  • Anniversaries
  • Holidays like Valentine’s Day
  • Graduations
  • Weddings
  • Births

4. Keep Your Messages Updated

As time goes on, what you want to say to your loved ones may change. The Postage allows you to edit, re-upload, or remove any message you want. Whether you want to scrap the message entirely or tweak a paragraph or two, you have free rein.





The Postage Helps with Your Planning Needs

At The Postage, we do much more than send messages — we help you plan for the future, today! Whether that’s creating your will, organizing your estate, planning your funeral, or having a secure place to store your current passwords, The Postage helps put you in control of life before and after you’re gone.

With plans starting at $3.99, The Postage makes it affordable and simple to:

  • Create & store your will
  • Organize & secure your estate plans
  • Share your plans with loved ones
  • will

    Will Maker

    Create, store, and share your will

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    Document Storage

    Store and share sensitive information and data

  • financial docs

    Financial Planning

    Assemble all pertinent assets and records

  • last wishes

    Last Wishes

    Declare your intentions for your finals days

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    Collect your logins and account details

  • estate docs

    Estate Planning

    Organize your estate and last will and testament

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    Funeral Planning

    Create the celebration or service you want

  • social person

    Social Media

    Give clear instructions about your digital legacy

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    Message Planning

    Send timely notes to your family after you’re gone

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