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.
This document provides a customer reference guide for Parcel Data Exchange (PDX) Web Application API.
A comprehensive user guide to Address Element Correction (AEC) and AEC II®. Topics addressed: the importance of address accuracy, differences between AEC I and II, ACS vs. AEC, fees and payments, processing, and technical information.
This guide displays the details of the Seamless Incentive report in PostalOne!. Additional reporting is available in the Enterprise Payment System.
The Seamless incentive provides an incentive to the Electronic Documentation (eDoc) submitters (with a qualified Seamless CRID and an Enterprise Payment System Account) for adoption of the Seamless Acceptance program.
The incentive is based on the eDoc submitter’s Customer Registration ID (CRID). A Seamless Mailer is defined by their CRID’s status in PostalOne! as “Seamless Acceptance.” Note: Seamless Parallel does not qualify for the discount.
The incentive allows Electronic Documentation (eDoc) submitters to receive a Seamless Acceptance incentive of $.001 for the pieces that qualify for Full-Service prices in the mailing, provided the eDoc submitter has an Enterprise Payment account that is used for the incentive.
Publication 199 Intelligent Mail® Package Barcode (IMpb) Implementation Guide for: Confirmation Services and Electronic Verification System (eVS) Mailers
This document provides technical guidance for the implementation of the Intelligent Mail package barcode (IMpb) and file formats.
The USPS Centralized Accounting Processing System (CAPS) is one of the USPS payment processing systems customers can use to fund their Express Mail Corporate Account (EMCA). The CAPS system will retire in the summer of 2021. Current Priority Mail Express (PME) customers who are using CAPS to fund their EMCA need to start using the USPS National Customer Management System (NCMS) to fund their EMCA. Customers can use Credit Card or Automated Clearing House (ACH)-debit/credit for establishing payment method in NCMS. This document provides the steps EMCA customers need to complete in-order to use the NCMS to fund their EMCA and to delink the their EMCA from CAPS.
This is a document that explains how to enroll in all of the promotions except for Earned Value.