The Parcel Data Exchange (PDX) is accessed via the web and Application Programming Interface (API) to allow customers to send manifest files and receive outbound files from the United States Postal Service® (USPS®). This document provides the information necessary to begin using the web-based portion of the PDX application using a web browser.
The User Guide describes the prerequisites for receiving mail tracking data through IV-MTR, the data provisioning options available, and how to use the application.
The Mail Transport Equipment Ordering System (MTEOR) is a fast, reliable, and convenient place to order mail transport equipment (MTE) online. This manual instructs you on a MTESC orders and requests from a plant.
MTEOR (Mail Transport Equipment Ordering system) for Local Mailers allows select Mailers to manage MTE requests from a Postal plant online through MTEOR. This document outlines the benefits fo this online application including easily requesting MTE online, real-time insight into the status of requests, and around the clock access.
To achieve DSF2® certification, the Licensee must comply with all requirements and specifications contained within the License Agreement, the most current version of this document, and the most current version of the Interface Developers Guide unless explicitly allowed, prohibited, or modified by USPS in writing.
This document provides product licensee performance requirements for DPV®.
This document provides a customer reference guide for Parcel Data Exchange (PDX) Web Application API.
This is the Mailer Onboarding Guide for Informed Delivery Campaigns. This covers how to set up a Business Customer Gateway (BCG) account and permit account for testing Mail.dat and Mail.XML eDoc submissions for creating Informed Delivery Campaigns to PostalOne!
Please note, that as of July 2019, all new BCG accounts will need to be verified and approved by the Help Desk before they can be used for testing.
This is a guide for submitting campaigns to PostalOne! via Mail.XML.
This is the mailer guide for creating campaigns via Mail.dat and submitting them to PostalOne! via eDoc submission.