This document is a quick-reference guide for creating your Intelligent Mail® Barcodes.
The STID (Service Type Identifier) is a three-digit numeric code used within the Intelligent Mail® barcode (IMb™) on a mailpiece that identifies the address correction or other electronic services desired.
This document is intended for new users of the Online Enrollment Program Registration application.
The Intelligent Mail barcode is transforming the entire mail supply chain in new and exciting ways.
The Full-Service Program is one of the key Mail Entry initiatives to streamline the acceptance, induction and verification of commercial mailings.
This document covers FAQs for Share Mail, including submission requirements, payments and reporting, and general product questions.
The Mail Entry Roadmap describes the Postal Service’s key initiatives to streamline the acceptance, induction, and verification of commercial mailings: Full-Service Intelligent Mail, eInduction, and Seamless Acceptance.
This document provides the specifications for generating and printing the Intelligent Mail® barcode (IMb) used in the U.S. Postal Service (USPS) mailstream.
This document provides frequently asked questions (FAQs) and answers about the Intelligent Mail® Barcode, Traditional ACS™, OneCode ACS™, Full Service ACS™, Single Source ACS™, and the Intelligent Mail® Package Barcode (IMpb).
The agenda for this presentation includes your mailing practices, IMb™ Services overview, company decisions, your mail preparer, and the project plan.
This document provides additional information and resources on IMb.