MIAMI -- At the outset of 2011, Broadridge Financial Solutions said it would start marketing a new type of digital uber-mailbox service in conjunction with Pitney Bowes, the postage meter company.

Pitney Bowes had developed a “digital delivery service” called Volly, that its chairman, Murray D. Martin, said would allow  financial firms “to better communicate with their customers, using the channel they prefer” without forcing them to jump “from website to website.”

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