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Shares in the recently public Internet postage service rose 5 1/2 to 36 1/8 Monday morning following the news. said its service will be available nationwide on Sept. 27 in conjunction with national promotions to be held with key corporate partners.

As part of the Microsoft agreement, will make its Internet postage service available to millions of Microsoft Office users. allows customers to buy and apply postage using their PC and printer. recently received U.S. Postal Service regulatory approval and is currently converting its beta customers to commercial service. service will be available to customers nationwide on Sept. 27. partners include America Online, Inc. (AOL), Concentric Network Corp., Avery Dennison, MySoftware, Microsoft, Office Depot,, Westvaco, and other leading office supply and technology companies. Before its public debut, had a lot of big betters funding its digital stamp and Internet delivery technology. declined to disclose how much they paid Microsoft for the deal.