March 2020 Releases
Release information for March 2020 deployment.
March 27, 2020
March 26, 2020
March 22, 2020
NOTE: PostalOne! System Release 126.96.36.199 will result in a new OPTIONAL Mail.dat client. After the March 22, 2020 release, users can download Mail.dat client 188.8.131.52_PROD from the Business Customer Gateway (BCG) using the following path: Mailing Services è Electronic Data Exchange [Go to Service] è Mail.dat download (Windows 32-bit, Windows 64-bit or Solaris).
The new optional Mail.dat client provides an update to the logic that generates the Mail.dat submission-level Enhanced XML (EXML) receipt file. The update applies to EXML receipts for Mail.dat submissions using a master-child configuration, and Periodicals submissions involving master statements. The existing Mail.dat client 184.108.40.206_PROD, which was implemented as a required download in PostalOne! System Release 220.127.116.11 on March 15, 2020, will continue to be functional.
- For the Industry Alert: TSL 1.2 Implementation Postponed from 02/23/2020 to 03/22/2020, please click here.
- For the March 22, 2020 PostalOne! and BIDS Pre-Release Notes, please click here.
March 15, 2020:
NOTE: Mail.dat Client Support -There is a new required Mail.dat client with this release. Users should download Mail.dat client 18.104.22.168_PROD from the Business Customer Gateway (BCG) using the following path: Mailing Services è Electronic Data Exchange [Go to Service] è Mail.dat download (Windows 32-bit, Windows 64-bit or Solaris).
- For the March 15, 2020 PostalOne!, BIDS, EPS, eSAS, FAST, Program Registration, and SASP Pre-Release Notes, please click here.
- For the PostalOne! Mail.dat Technical Specifications R50.1 (Version 1), please click here.
- For the Industry Alert: Scheduled System Releases (March 15, 2020), please click here.
March 12, 2020:
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.
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