This document contains an instructional guide on how to use the ABRM tool.
This presentation provides an overview of the Business Customer Gateway and a tour for new users. Information on the new Revoke and Archive feature begins on page 32.
This guide provides step‐by‐step instructions for submitting electronic mailing information into the USPS® for Full‐Service letters & flats.
This document is a comprehensive guide that outlines steps for exchanging electronic data with the PostalOne!® system using the Mail.dat file format.
This Terms and Conditions of Use Agreement (this "Agreement") is a legal agreement between you ("You" or "Your" or "User" or "Mailer") and the United States Postal Service, an Independent Establishment of the Executive Branch of the United States Federal Government ("USPS" or "Postal Service"). The Agreement sets forth the terms and conditions for Your use of the USPS Enterprise Payment System. User acknowledges and agrees that he, she or the entity User has accepted the Agreement on behalf of is solely responsible for and shall abide by these Terms and Conditions of Use as well as all policies, procedures and regulations of the United States Postal Service.
This document has separate tabs which describe the elements of EPS to CAPS mapping, CAPS to EPS mapping, the CAPS transaction number, and the code descriptions.
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.
Provisioning Enterprise Payment (EPS) and Package Platform (PPC) Data through Informed Visibility® (IV®)
This guide provides instructions for receiving Enterprise Payment System (EPS) and Package Platform Concept (PPC) data through the IV Mail Tracking & Reporting (IV-MTR) application. Instructions include how to get access, create and manage a data feed, manage the address book, and manage data delegation.
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.