January 2019 Releases (Includes Relevant Price Change Information)
Release information for the January 2019 deployment. This includes price change information. For technical specifications and error codes please visit the bottom of this page.
For the Known Issues: January Price Change 2019 please click here.
For the January 27, 2019 Release Notes (Change 3.0) please click here.
For the January 13, 2019 Release Notes (Change 5.0) please click here.
For the fact sheet which provides a summary of the changes please click here.
For updated prices and postage statements please click here.
For Federal Register Notices detailing price change information please click here.
For the Known Issues List please click here.
- Updated Price Files and Postage Statements
- PostalOne! R126.96.36.199 Release Overview
- Updated Mail Category Codes for January 2019 Price Change
- Updated Publication 199-IMpb Implementation Guide (Effective 1.27.19)
- Updated Publication 205-Guide to eVS (Effective 1.27.19)
- Updated Publication 401-Guide to the Manifest Mailing System (Effective 1.27.19)
- Listing of Publication Updates for Price Change
Changes, including price and postage statement changes, for the next structural implementation. This information is prepared and based on the knowledge available at the time of its publication and any direction found herein is subject to change prior to the release.
2019 Labeling List and Mail Direction File Schedule
Labeling Lists production schedule.
PostalOne! R188.8.131.52 Release Overview (January 2019)
This pre-release document describes potential changes under review for the next structural implementation.
January 2019 Price Change Prices and Postage Statements
Prices and postage statement changes, including redlines, for the 2019 price change.
eDoc Specifications and Validations
Current Web Service Description Languages (WSDLs)
WSDL (Web Services Description Language) is an XML-based language for describing Web services and how to access them. WSDL is an XML format for describing network services as a set of endpoints operating on messages containing either document-oriented or procedure-oriented information.