June 6, 2011
June DMM Update
(pe.usps.com) is your source
for up-to-date mailing standards. The
Domestic Mail Manual
is fully searchable
on Postal Explorer and features fly-out menus, cross-reference links, and an
extensive subject index. Today, we updated our mailing standards to capture
the following changes:
Optional Use of a Local
Permit Imprint in Other Mailing Locations
to provide a new option to mailers contributing permit imprint mailpieces to
a mailing presented under an authorized First-Class Mail or Standard Mail
Mailings with Different Payment Methods Mailing System.
Pallet Placards and
Intelligent Mail Tray Labels
708.6.6 to provide an additional
option for mailers who need to print destination entry office information on
Revised MLOCR Automation
Price Marking Codes
to provide an updated listing of multiline optical character reader (MLOCR)
automation price marking codes.
New Customs Declarations
608.2.4 to require mailpieces
containing goods that enter the Customs Territory of the United States (CTUS),
from outside the CTUS, to bear a customs declaration label.
Market Dominant Negotiated
Service Agreement for First-Class Mail and Standard
709.1.4 to establish a new
Negotiated Service Agreement (NSA) market dominant product for the combined
total revenue of First-Class Mail automation letters, Standard Mail
automation letters, and Standard Mail carrier route barcoded
Notice 123, Price List, to remove
the POSTNET Barcode Certification Program which is no longer in use.
Revocation of Permit
604.5.2.2, to specify that,
among others, one of the conditions that a permit imprint may be revoked is
for failure to mail using the permit or pay the fees for a two-year
scheduled DMM update is July 5.