Veripost Gets Green Light From BlueLight.com

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Veripost, which offers change-of-e-mail-address services, yesterday signed up Internet service provider BlueLight.com and will offer its services free to the ISP's subscribers, Veripost said.


BlueLight.com, which has more than 7 million subscribers, provides low-cost Internet access. Kmart Corp. has a majority stake in the company.


Veripost, Superior, CO, also said it recently added Peoplestreet to its roster of clients. The company provides Web-based relationship management services.


Peoplestreet said it will offer its clients Veripost's e-mail-address-change services and in exchange will provide Veripost with its Personal LiveCard service. Personal LiveCards are electronic business cards that use the Web to keep contact data current.


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