Mailnet Offers FastCOA Data Processor

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Mailnet, Nashville, TN, has introduced an online data-processing service called FastCOA, aimed at helping mailers meet the Move Update Requirement for postal discounts. Mailnet is a nonexclusive licensee of the U.S. Postal Service (USPS).


According to Mailnet marketing manager Judy Klaus, FastCOA is a six-month national change of address (NCOA) system that provides customers with address changes minus undeliverable addresses such as "nixies" or probable matches.


The service is based on the USPS' Fastforward technology, and it will allow mailers to qualify lists from their own computers using Mailnet's Web site at (www.listcleanup.com).
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