International mail services have finally been reinstated at UK post offices, more than a month after Royal Mail was hit by a cyber attack.
The breach on 10 January caused a backlog that led to long delays for consumers and businesses.
Most services had been restored online but remained unavailable at 11,500 Post Office branches.
Royal Mail said it was now processing “close to normal daily volumes” of international mail with “some delays”.
“International export services have now been reinstated to all destinations for purchase online and through our shipping solutions,” it added.
After the ransomware attack last month, Royal Mail customers were told to stop sending parcels and mail overseas altogether.
A ransomware group named Lockbit linked to Russia claimed responsibility for the cyber attack.
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