Please try the following:
- Click the
Brain upgrade button, or try again after college.
- If you are a Wide Area Bar Code Reader and scanned a
USPS barcode in the address block, be sure your software supports 11 digit POSTNET and PLANET codes.
- Regardless of your Privacy Settings, the destination barcode identifies a
mail piece delivery point. If you would like to learn how, click the Bibliography button for postal automation articles.
- Use the free
POSTNET / PLANET decoder to read PLANET and POSTNET barcodes.
- If you have a tracking confirmation number, click About my mail piece to determine the current location
of your mail. Otherwise, click the Panic menu; the United States Postal Service
processes over 500,000,000 mail pieces daily.
- To become a Wide Area Bar Code Reader, click
the USPS menu, and then click Going Postal Options. On
the Postal Automation tab, click WABCR. The settings
should match those provided by your local postal facility.
- POSTNET barcode specifications are described and defined in the USPS Domestic Mail Manual
section C840 POSTNET barcoding standards for letters and flats
- Postal automation documentation is not included in postage stamp purchases.
You must purchase it separately. Click the Booklet button for an eccentric postal automation research study.
- Click the
Mental refresh button for support and assistance; rest assured, few people can decode POSTNET / PLANET barcodes.
- Click the Bomb button if you are overwhelmed by postal acronyms or need a postal glossary.
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