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September 30, 2009
Intelligent Mail Services Update
We will offer our next Intelligent Mail topical Webinar on Friday, October 2, 2:00-4:00 p.m. EDT. The session is entitled Full-Service ACS & Mail.XML Messaging. We will discuss Full-Service ACS and provide in-depth explanations of how to utilize Mail.XML messaging to initiate the Full-Service ACS feedback.
The link, phone number, and meeting ID for this exciting presentation are posted on RIBBS™>Intelligent Mail Services>Latest News.
software upgrade on October 4 will resolve the issue some Periodicals
mailers have experienced accessing the Edition Weight worksheet, the
Advertising Percentage worksheet and the related master postage statements.
This release will resolve the unexpected connection errors some mailers have
experienced uploading Mail.dat files to the Postal Service™. The
for this upgrade are posted on
RIBBS>Intelligent Mail Services>Latest News>PostalOne!
On October 2, the USPS® will publish the updated draft of the Postal Service Mail.dat Technical Specification on RIBBS>Intelligent Mail Services>Guides to enhance the description of existing file validations, enhance the description of the PostalOne! Release 22, and describe the use of the USPS Mail.dat Client to upload Mail.dat 08-2 files, which will be available November 15. Industry comments sent to email@example.com will be considered for the updated version until October 6. The updated version will be published October 16.
Child Postage Statement Issue: Some mailers have experienced delays in processing large volume electronic statements especially those that generate a large number of child statements. The Postal Service is aggressively pursuing a reengineering strategy for processing jobs that produce large numbers of child postage statements. This strategy focuses on continuing to provide the data required by mailers and the Postal Service without generating child statements.
Full-Service Intelligent Answers: We conduct weekly telecons entitled Full-Service Intelligent Answers. The calls continue this Friday from 1:00-2:00 p.m. EDT. These calls are for customers who are testing file submission in the Test Environment for Mailers (TEM) or for customers who have migrated to using Full-Service in production and have questions or are experiencing issues. Mailers can exchange information among themselves and postal experts are available to answer questions. If you are currently testing in TEM or have successfully completed the TEM process, but have not received an invitation to the calls, please contact the PostalOne! Help Desk at 1-800-522-9085.
National Postal Forum:
Save the date. The 2010
National Postal Forum is
scheduled for April 11-14 in