The post office is entering the digital age.
The U.S. Postal Service is now sending some customers daily pictures of their mail.
The pilot program is called "Informed Delivery" and it e-mails customers the front side of their mail every morning as it is processed at the post office.
The USPS has been photographing every letter and package sent in the U.S. for tracking and security reasons since at least 2013 but now they want to share those pictures with you.
The free service will send up to 10 black-and-white photos of mail each day.
The postal service says this will let people who are away from home know what is being delivered to their mailbox while they are away.