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MIAMI– More than 20 federal facilities nationwide are participating in a program that reduces the amount of paper mail inmates receive by switching to e-mail. By the spring of 2011, all 114 U.S. prisons are expected to have electronic inboxes available for inmates.  The program will help reduce the amount of contraband entering jails and will also build computer skills for the inmates who will be returning to communities.

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