Mailform makes snail mail as easy as email, with Microsoft OneDrive Integration

Mailform ( today released support for one click uploads from Microsoft OneDrive personal and business accounts to Mailform’s flagship Quick Send and Bulk Mail products. Now, Microsoft OneDrive users can instantly and securely mail any letter-size documents in their OneDrive account storage using United States Postal Service (USPS) first-class mail.

Millions of individuals and businesses store and collaborate within OneDrive, and before, those customers had to take extra steps to get their content into Mailform, and make it available for printing and mailing. Now, those millions of documents are just a few clicks away from being physically sent to their recipients, with options including high-fidelity color printing and delivery assurance/document tracking using USPS certified mail.

“Mailform, at its core, has always been about bringing more and more workflows online. We always want to be available where our customers are. Millions of individuals and businesses use Microsoft OneDrive every day to collaborate, and we want to be right there with them. With the rapid growth and incredible reach of the Office ecosystem, Mailform’s OneDrive integration is just the first of many wonderful opportunities to enhance and build upon the power of Microsoft’s Office platform.” – Femi Omojola, founder @Mailform.

Mailform has a long and deep product roadmap, bringing workflow and productivity tools to individuals and small businesses. To get involved, email team(at)mailform(dot)io.

“Small businesses today have less and less time to devote to their processes” said Reza Alizadeh, Director, Business Development at Microsoft OneDrive. “Mailform’s approach to bringing the print and mail process from offline, to online will save valuable time for tons of Microsoft customers using OneDrive, Word, and other Microsoft products.”