At least one fund manufacturer and an independent company are setting up services to allow individuals to obtain statements and other documents from financial service companies via e-mail.

Corporate Document Systems of Kansas City this month plans to begin offering ePriority(tm), an electronic mail service that provides a secured channel for such documents. Customers will be able to set up free individual mailboxes and authorize their banks, insurance companies and mutual funds to e-mail statements, trade confirmations, fund annual reports and even proxy information to their mailbox. Individuals will be able to sign up for mailboxes at a participating mutual fund's website or at www.epriority.com.

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