For a list of synchrotrons please see Synchrotron beamlines
The following beamlines offer mail-in service: (compiled from the CCP4 BB July 2008)
1. The ALS BCSB beamlines http://bcsb.lbl.gov/beamlines.htm have a mail-in type program name collaborative crystallography on beamlines 5.0.2 (MAD) and 5.0.1 (Se-SAD/ Fixed Wavelength). Remote access is currently available on the sector 5 stations (5.0.1 5.0.2 and 5.0.3) for PRT members only.
2. Beamline 3BM1 at the Australian Synchrotron http://www.synchrotron.org.au has full remote access available for users. We use the same Blu-Ice gui as SSRL and use the SAM robot. When 3ID is available for general user program (2009) it will also have full remote access capabilities.
3. BNL / NSLS Mail-in program http://www.px.nsls.bnl.gov/, where three scientists spend about one full-time equivalent of effort, employing about one full-time beamline among the six PXRR beamlines. Access to Beam Time http://www.px.nsls.bnl.gov/beamtime_requests.html Mail-in Program http://www.px.nsls.bnl.gov/Mailin.html
4. The canadian light source http://www.lightsource.ca/ has at least mail in protein crystallography.
5. MacCHESS http://www.macchess.cornell.edu/ does "mail-in" collection on all PX beamlines.
6. All the ESRF MX/PX beamlines (ID14-1, ID14-2, ID14-4, ID23-1, ID29), and the CRG beam-line BM14, have remote access. http://www.esrf.eu/UsersAndScience/Experiments/MX/How_to_use_our_beamlines/remote-access For industrial users there is also the MXpress mail in service: http://www.esrf.eu/Industry/our_services/xpress-service/xpress-service
7. SEC-CAT 22-ID and 22-BM at APS http://www.ser-cat.org/ will do both mail-in and remote
8. SPring8 in Japan http://www.spring8.or.jp/en/about_us/organization/research_utilization/biology has a mail-in system.
10. CAMD's PX beamline http://www.camd.lsu.edu/gcpcc/GCPCChome.htm has a mail-in program for both consortium members and outside users.
A useful link from PDB containing synchrotron info: http://biosync.rcsb.org/