If you are having trouble with your Informed Delivery Promotion discount not applying to postage, please utilize this checklist. The checklist can help you identify the why your discount may not be applying.
This document contains the file format of the RDC Assignment files and the logic to determine the correct Retail Distribution Code (RDC).
Shipping labels on irregularly-shaped packages, softpacks, and polybags can easily become distorted or creased during automated parcel processing making reading the traditional, linear IMpb barcode challenging to scan. USPS has developed the IMmb to help overcome these challenges and improve package visibility. IMmb barcodes contain the same data as is in the IMpb barcode; however, they use a more robust, space-efficient robust barcode symbology for encodation. The smaller barcode footprint allows two IMmb barcodes to be added within unused areas of existing standard shipping labels. The result is redundancy of the barcode data giving sorters two additional chances to read the barcode.
The US Postal Service® recommends incorporating the IMmb on all package shipping labels and it will soon become a requirement for HAZMAT shipments.
This document outlines the different campaign types embedded through PostalOne! eDoc and a summary of the threshold validations for each when participating in the Informed Delivery Promotion.
This document contains scenarios for Saturation Campaign mailings.
This advisory provides the process for getting approval to mail a non-rectangular trail edge die-cut (TED-C) letter-size mailpieces at the applicable automation letter prices.