USPS Homepage Skip Navigation USPS Home | Postal Explorer Home
  Go to HTML Version >
  Postage Prices:
  Conversion Calculator
  Country Max Limits and
  Price Groups
  Customs Forms Indicator
  Service Standards
  Zone Charts
  May 2015 Price Change Information
  Final May 2015
Postage Statements
Updated 05/08/15
  Final May 2015
Postage Stmnt Updates
Updated 05/08/15
  Full Country Listing
- Final 05/08/15
  DMM Streamline
  DMM Cross Reference
  Address Quality
  Business Customer
  Business Mail 101
  Federal Register Notices
  Locate a Post Office
  Mailpiece Design
  Postage Statements
  Postal Bulletins
  Postal Links
  Standard Mail Eligibility
  Decision Tree & CSRs
  ZIP Code Lookup
  About Postal Explorer
  Contact Us
  Download Acrobat Reader



 November 5
November 5, 2010


IMb™ Services Update

Webinar Reminder: PostalOne!® Release 25 Update and Creating Accurate Full-Service Electronic Documentation:   The webinar will be held again on Tuesday, November 9 at 10 a.m. EDT.  The training will provide details on the November 7, 2010, PostalOne! release.  Key features include enhanced reporting to assist with Full-Service electronic documentation (eDOC) preparation and billing options for Full-Service ACS charges. Log on information is posted on RIBBS. 

Reminder - PostalOne! Release 25.0 and FAST Release 15.0 Deployment: PostalOne! production (including FAST OPS web services) will be unavailable from 9 p.m. CDT on Saturday, November 6 through 8 a.m. CST on Sunday, November 7. PostalOne! Test Environment for Mailers (TEM) will be unavailable Monday, November 8, from 4 a.m. CST through 2 p.m. CST. PostalOne! Release 25.0 notes and FAST Release 15.0 pre-release notes are posted on RIBBS.

Confirmation Services™ Nine-digit Mailer ID (MID): Effective January 31, 2011, all customers using a nine-digit MID for Confirmation Services (Delivery Confirmation™ or Signature Confirmation™) and Electronic Verification System (eVS®) will be required to use a conforming mailer identification (MID) number that begins with the number 9.  Additional information can be found on Postal Explorer at in Postal Bulletin 22290, July 29, 2010.