Saturday, March 13, 2010

GETTING AROUND THE POST OFFICE


For the practical: Going to the post office or mailing center is the best way to ensure that the mail has the right postage and will reach the recipient. Almost nothing is impossible. These offices are there to help you with your mailing dilemmas.

For the impractical: If the mere thought of going to the post office breaks out in hives, or if time is more precious than money, just stick way too many stamps on the item and drop it in the closest mail receptacle. The post office delivers almost anything, even coconuts.

NOTE: Postal regulations do not allow you to mail anything over one pound in outside mail receptacles unless the item has a traceable metered stamp. If your invitation weighs more than a pound, go to the post office to mail it.

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