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The International Union of Mail Artists (IUOMA) is a group (described as "fictive" on its website, although it did once put out one issue of its magazine) to which anyone can belong just by saying so. In the mail art network the union is a real one with members, exchanges of information and their own Internet sites.

It was founded in 1988 by its General-President, Ruud Janssen (though anyone can become an officer of IUOMA just by asking for a position, provided no one else has already occupied it). Threasurer is Keith Bates (UK) since 1990, and mail-artist Dobrica Kamperelic is the Legal advisor of the IUOMA.

In 2002 Daniel C. Boyer became Chief Executive Officer of the IUOMA.

Sean Woodward[?] is "the IUOMA Ambassador to Cyberspace".

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