A company called LifeTouch has launched a service which will send your final e-mail messages to five of your closest friends and relatives after you die. MyLastEmail.com allows you to store up to five messages on the company’s servers for about $10 for three years. Then, after you kick the bucket, your loved ones can retrieve your messages and finally hear what you really thought of them. "We may not be given the chance to say goodbye, thank you or I love you..." warns the blurb on the website, "Mylastemail.com gives you the chance to prepare your farewells in advance. The letters you prepare here are personal, private last email messages that will be sent to your family and friends one day - but only after you die."

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