Portal Gives Quick Access to Crucial USPS Forms

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A free portal lets customers and U.S. Postal Service representatives access and complete required USPS application forms directly from a Web page, said Window Book Inc., the postal mailing and shipping solutions provider that yesterday announced its USPS Applications Form Filler.

The applications form filler (www.windowbook.com/USPSFormFiller/PR2006-6) gives postal shippers and mailers an easy way to complete complicated USPS forms needed in money-saving postal programs.

Window Book, Cambridge, MA, said the service saves time and cuts through red tape commonly involved with USPS paperwork. The service is ideal for commercial shippers, package consolidators and fulfillment houses that must complete postal service application forms prior to shipping or mailing.

The electronic form filler supports these USPS programs and forms:

· Electronic Delivery Confirmation

· Request for Computer Access (PS Form 1357-S)

· Confirmation Services Electronic Option Application (PS Form 5051)

· Printer Certification Submission (PS Form 5052)

· Postal Manifesting -- MAC Program

· Mailing Permit Application and Customer Profile (PS Form 3615)

· Manifest Mailing System Application (Publication 401, Guide to Manifesting Mailing System)

· Postal Manifesting -- MAC Gold Program

· Mailing Permit Application and Customer Profile (PS Form 3615)

· MAC Gold Manifest Mailing System Application

· MAC Gold Manifest Mailing System Agreement

· Postal Manifesting -- Express Mail

· Express Mail Corporate Account Application (PS Form 5639)

· Express Mail Service Manifest System Application (PS Form 5550)

· Bulk Proof of Delivery for Signature Confirmation

· Bulk Proof of Delivery Application (PS Form 5053)

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