PEAX. The digital postbox always and anywhere with you.

Receive mail digitally and archive it smart

Pay invoices directly in the portal

Upload documents on the move and find them again quickly

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Make life easier with the digital postbox from PEAX.

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Access to mail anytime and anywhere.

Less paperwork, more time.

Smart archiving for better organisation.

Saves paper and protects the environment.

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The most important questions about PEAX

How can I receive my mail digitally?

As soon as you register, a personal PEAX address and a peaxbox e-mail address will be created for you. You can use both addresses as correspondence addresses. Items sent to the PEAX address are sent to the scanning center where they are scanned in accordance with data protection regulations and placed in your PEAX mailbox. If you activate a postal subscription in PEAX for a company for which you are a customer, the mail will be sent to your PEAX address in the future.

You will also receive mail to the peaxbox e-mail address in the portal including attachments.

In addition, there are other ways, such as uploading or scanning with the PEAX App, with which you can easily fill your mailbox.

What happens if I receive a bank code, credit card, etc. and I need it in physical form?

The system automatically recognises unscannable elements such as credit cards, bank codes, etc. Such documents will immediately be forwarded free of charge to your residential address. Codes etc. will be forwarded to you unopened. In addition, you will receive a message in your PEAX mailbox that the document will be physically delivered to you.

Exception: Bank codes cannot be recognized on the outside of the envelope, therefore the scanning process is different. More information can be found here.

Please be aware that we do not automatically send brochures and flyer to your residential address. They will be scanned (if possible). If you need these Documents physically, we recommend you not to subscribe to mail in the PEAX Portal.

When will my documents be scanned? When will they be available on PEAX?

Mail is scanned immediately on arriving at the scanning centre (from Monday to Friday). It will be available in the PEAX portal as soon as it has been scanned. Usually you will receive a notification email at midday.

What happens with a registered letter?

On accepting the GTC, PEAX users agree to registered mail being delivered to the scanning centre. Registered mail is classed as delivered upon receipt by the scanning centre. The documents are then scanned and deposited in the PEAX mailbox. Unscannable documents will automatically be forwarded to the PEAX user's residential address. A hard copy can be sent to the user's home, if required. The PEAX user will immediately receive a notification email informing them that the registered mail has been received.

In contrast to registered mail, registered letters sent by hand cannot be accepted by our scanning center, as they are personal and can only be accepted by the recipient. If a registered letter arrives for you, we will inform you as usual. In addition, we will send you the scan of the pick-up slip as information to your PEAX mailbox. With the help of the postal collection slip, the letter can be redirected to a desired address, e.g. to a post office near you, within 7 days. If the letter is not redirected within this period of time, the postal service will automatically return the registered letter sent by hand to the sender.

Where is my data stored? Who can see my data?

Your data is stored 100% in Switzerland and is under your sole control. All documents are encrypted and can only be viewed by you.
Learn more about data protection and data security at PEAX.

Go digital! Register now to be part of the mail revolution.

For security reasons, your password must meet the following requirements:
- at least 6 characters
- at least 1 small letter and 1 capital letter
- at least 1 digit
- at least 1 special character

With the registration I accept the GTC.

Not quite yet convinced? Find out more about PEAX here.