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Intelligent Mail University offered by USPS

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Fyi, In preparation for the May 2009 Intelligent Mail implementation, the USPS will offer an educational series on Intelligent Mail.

The series, will consist of six sessions: 1) Overview of May 2009 Intelligent Mail Implementation; 2) Intelligent Mail Barcodes; 3) Electronic Documentation; 4) Functionality of Data Produced and Returned by Intelligent Mail; 5) Customer Supplier Agreements; and 6) Mixed Mailings, Combined Mailings and Co-Palletization.

This training will be conducted in the Ben Franklin Room (11th floor) of the USPS Headquarters’ building in Washington DC. For those readers interested, the USPS has set the following dates for the sessions: Friday, Oct. 3; Monday, Oct. 6; or Thursday Oct. 9 (8 a.m. to 5 p.m.). To learn more or to register, email Deborah Cumbo at deborah.c.cumbo@usps.gov on or by Monday, Sept. 22.
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