If you own a Champ system, you’ll need to key the full address for the barcodes on First Class Parcels with the latest software patch. For more information, please reference the DMM advisories and Postal bulletins that have been released. Reference the DMM here. IMpb Standards [6-2-14] [1-26-14] All First-Class Package Service parcels must bear an…

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Beginning with the rate update for September 2014, the following classes of mail will require an 11-digit click instead of a 5-digit click. Presorted First-Class Parcels Priority Mail Commercial Base (No dim) Priority Mail Commercial Plus (No dim) Priority Mail Commercial Base Priority Mail Commercial Plus Parcel Select Nonpresort Priority Mail Commercial Plus Cubic Priority…

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If you own an EZ-Flats machine, either Essential, Enhanced, or Premium you never need to take your rejected mail pieces to the meter. Simply turn on Single Piece Rejects in the Account Profile Editor to get a permit on the pieces. For more information about EZ-Flats, go here or call your support representative. Happy Mailing!

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This article appeared in the PostCom Bulletin, published by the Association of Postal Commerce, on July 11. 2014. They graciously have allowed us to reprint it along with Ursa Major Associates, both of whom we at Eii thank for their work in supporting the Postal Industry. You can view the original article here.    THE HEART,…

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Engineering Innovation Inc. (Eii) is elated to announce the winner of its IRCE Drone Drawing, Mike Swisher, the E-Commerce Buyer for Pillows.com in Denver , CO. Eii held a raffle in June at the Internet Retailers Convention and Exhibition in Chicago. The raffle proved quite popular among IRCE attendees who spent four days exploring technology…

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The MAIL Group story begins in 1981 when Ron Robbins, a sales manager with Pitney Bowes, hears that the United States Postal Service is offering postage discounts to service bureaus that sort and commingle First Class letters from various business mailers. Launching a company called M.A.I.L., Inc., in Lafayette, Indiana, he secured his first customer,…

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