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Processing Mail Terms

Annotate Furnish with notes that are usually critical or explanatory
Certified Mail A postal service that provides, for a fee, a receipt to the sender of first class mail and a record of delivery
Domestic Mail Mail delivered in the United States and its territories
Enclosure A supplemental item inserted in an envelope with a written communication
Facsimile Mail An electronic process for transmitting written communications, FAX
International Mail Mail delivered to destinations outside of the United States
Mail Classification Mail service determination based on content, weight, destination and speed of delivery
Optial Character Reader Electronic equipment designed to speed sorting and delivery of mail
Postal Manual Book containing the rules and regulations that govern the postal service
Registered Mail First class service that provides, for a fee, a record that mail has been sent and guarantees an indemnity ($ value) if it is not received
Insured Mail Insurance coverage against loss or damage is available for priority, first class, and parcel post
Package delivery services Private services pick-up and deliver mail overnight. Fed Ex, United Parcel Service (UPS), Airborne Express are a few
Priority Mail First class mail weighing more than 13 oz. with a maximum of 70 lb
Zone Improvement Plant (ZIP) System of numerical codes written on envelopes to facilitate the delivery of mail
Created by: wenchie040