Press Release

April 1, 2004

USPS eVS Added by the ABOL Shipping Platform

Atlanta, GA — ABOL Software, Inc., the leading provider of custom manifest systems,
announced today that it has begun participation in the USPS Electronic Verification
Program (“eVS”). eVS allows high-volume package mailers and consolidators to
document and pay postage using electronic manifests. ABOL is one of the first adapters
of the new eVS program, making it easier for mailers to take advantage of destination
entry rates and do business with the Postal Service.

ABOL’s early integration of the eVS program allows its customers to have complete
control of their mailings from time of preparation to time of deposit and eliminates
hardcopy manifests, postage statements, and adjustment worksheets.

About the United States Postal Service

Since 1775, the U.S. Postal Service has connected friends, families, neighbors and
businesses by mail. It is an independent federal agency that makes deliveries to about
140 million addresses every day and is the only service provider to deliver to every
address in the nation. The Postal Service receives no taxpayer dollars for routine
operations, but derives its operating revenues solely from the sale of postage, products
and services. With annual revenues of more than $66 billion, it is the world’s leading
provider of mail and delivery services, offering some of the most affordable postage rates
in the world. Moreover, today’s postage rates will remain stable until at least 2006. The
U.S. Postal Service delivers more than 43 percent of the world’s mail volume – some 203
billion letters, advertisements, periodicals and packages a year – and serves seven
million customers each day at its 38,000 retail locations nationwide.

About ABOL

Providing software solutions to the logistics & transportation industry for more than a
decade, ABOL specializes in custom manifest systems as well as tracking, billing,
customer service, business support, and data exchange services through complementary
product and service offerings. For more information, visit