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for retired USPS employees

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USPS has always connected with you through the mail. Now we’re connecting via social media and other electronic channels as well. Check it out!

Facebook

Like USPS on Facebook and interact with us on the world’s largest social media network.

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Twitter

Things are changing fast at the Postal Service. Follow USPS on Twitter and keep up on the latest news.

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YouTube

View our library of videos on You Tube to see how we are continuing our evolution as a forward-thinking, fast-acting company capable of providing quality products and services.

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Pinterest

The USPS Pinterest page highlights some of our most popular stamps. Themes range from kids’ favorites and travel destinations to American celebrities and historical figures to art and photography.

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LinkedIn

Join USPS on LinkedIn and stay on top of what we are doing.

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USPS Retiree E-Newsletter

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USPS mobile solutions

Manage your mail digitally using our USPS Mobile solutions. Get the app now or use your mobile browser at m.usps.com.

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USPS Stamps

Resources and stories about stamps, both the classics and those hot off the presses.

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RSS feed

Find out about the latest news releases from USPS without having to visit the website. The feed makes them available in your browser or news reader at your convenience.

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Postal Posts Blog

The Postal Service’s official blog, where you can read about our technologicial innovations, history, products and services.

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