Update your contact information with us
You log in with regular BankID (chip or mobile) – alternatively you can use MinID.
Are you unsure whether we have you registered with the correct address and whether all family members are listed in the household? By logging in to "My address (Min adresse)" you can check and change the information.
In order for you and your family to get the mail correct, there are two things you can check:
- Are you registered at the correct address and are everyone in the family/others registered?
- Are there registered people at your address that should not be there?
When logging in, you can order and change already ordered services such as hold mail or forwarding mail.
If you use two addresses, you can add an address or delete an old address that is not in use. The arrangement with two addresses is most relevant for weekly commuters, students and mailbox customers who receive mail at both locations.
If you do not want others registered at the same address as you to see you/your information, you can contact Posten customer service. We can then apply a barrier so that those registered at the address cannot see each other's information. Such a solution may be desirable for residents of institutions of different kinds, and for persons under guardianship who redirect the post to their guardian.
The information registered in Posten address register is used to update private and public registers. You can opt-out by contacting Posten customer service.
Receive SMS notification for big letters
Register your contact information if you want to receive an SMS and/or e-mail instead of a retrieval message on paper. Remember to tick off to receive SMS messages. Applies to mailings that do not fit in the mailbox.
Are you going to move or rent a mailbox?
Are you going to move or rent a mailbox? Remember to report the change of address to us! You can do it already before the move. You can also consent to the change of address being sent to the National Population Register. Report address change
Forward or store mail temporarily
If you are in transit or have a temporary stay, you can have mail sent to Poste Restante.
Poste Restante in Norway: Post must be addressed to a post office/Post in Shop. Search the map for the address of the relevant post office/Post in Shop in Norway.
For Poste Restante abroad: search in country information about the country's service and find the address of the post office on the country's website.
A digital mailbox is safe, easy and always available.
You can use Digipost to:
- Receive your mail electronically.
- Receive receipts electronically.
- Upload important documents, such as diplomas, agreements, housing information and tax documents.
- Process invoices.
- Receive pickup labels for packages.