If so, you might be one of our very first customers! The May 1995 issue of Wired magazine included the following sidebar in first page of the Scans section:
A new service called pobox.com offers an easy-to-remember e-mail address that you can use for the rest of your life (or the life of the company, anyway.) For example, any mail sent to email@example.com is forwarded to pobox.com founder Meng Weng Wong's CompuServe account (firstname.lastname@example.org). This way, if you switch online services, you don't need to message everyone you know informing them of your new e-mail address -- just e-mail your new information to pobox.com. --Mark Frauenfelder Price information: email@example.com, http://pobox.com/pobox/signup.cgi
Well, Meng's CompuServe address is long gone, but you can still email him at firstname.lastname@example.org. And for those of you who took the chance that "the life of the company" was going to be a timespan that was useful to you, a very hearty thank you.