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Transitioning to Intelligent Mail webinar series

August 30, 2012 - September 20, 2012
https://ribbs.usps.gov/
Online
Web Site: ribbs.usps.gov/

Three USPS Webinars to help you get ready for phase out POSNET barcode and get ready for new Intelligent Mail Barcode.
The links to the webinars are posted on RIBBS (https://ribbs.usps.gov)

Building the Intelligent Mail barcode  Initial Steps for Mailers:
September 6, 2012
To help you get ready for the January 2013 retirement of the POSTNET barcode, this webinar will provide an understanding of how you can continue to take advantage of automation pricing. The webinar will cover the steps for migration to the Intelligent Mail barcode. You will learn the building blocks for creating the Intelligent Mail barcode; this includes obtaining a Mailer ID, knowledge on the different Service Type Codes and how to use for your mailing needs.

The World of MIDs, CRIDS, and the Business Customer Gateway:
September 13, 2012

Focus will be on Customer Registration IDs (CRIDs), Mailer IDs (MIDs), and how you can obtain MIDs and CRIDs. You will learn about the multiple ways Mail Owners and Mailing Agents can acquire an MID, when and how it is used in the Intelligent Mail barcode, electronic mailing information and receipt of Full-Service data.

Reaping the Benefits of Intelligent Mail:
August 30, 2012 and September 20, 2012

Learn how to reap the benefits of Intelligent Mail and Full-Service feedback. This webinar will cover Service Type IDs (STIDs) and how they can help you keep your address list up to date, the various Full-Service feedback reports available and where you can find them.

Please plan to participate. You dont want to miss this valuable information.
The links to the webinars are posted on RIBBS (https://ribbs.usps.gov)

Contact: Carmen Santiago
Phone: (312) 983-8439
Email: carmen.l.santiago@usps.gov