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® Intelligent Mail NPPC May 13, 2008 ® Intelligent Mail NPPC May 13, 2008

Intelligent Mail Vision Provide end-to-end visibility, throughout the entire supply chain, using: §Standardized intelligent Intelligent Mail Vision Provide end-to-end visibility, throughout the entire supply chain, using: §Standardized intelligent barcodes §Continuous mail tracking §Mail quality feedback in real-time and §Service measurements 2

Mail Preparation Inside the Intelligent Mail Barcode 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Mail Preparation Inside the Intelligent Mail Barcode 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 2122 23 24 2526 27 28 29 30 31 Barcode Service ID 2 N Type 3 N Mailer ID Adj Field 6 N 3 N Unique Serial Number 6 N Routing ZIP 11 N § Barcode ID: 2 -digit field to specify presort makeup. “ 00” if you don’t use OEL § Special Services: 3 -digit field used to identify extra services like Confirm, One. Code ACS. “ 700”: First-Class; “ 702”: Standard; “ 704”: Periodicals § Mailer ID (MID): 6 - or 9 -digit Mailer identifier assigned by USPS § Adjustable Field: 3 -digit field used for MID (if 9 -digit MID), or for Serial Number (if 6 -digit MID) § Unique Serial Number: 6 or 9 -digit field used to uniquely identify mailpieces § Destination ZIP: 11 -digit Delivery Point ZIP Code 3

Mail Preparation New Intelligent Mail® Barcodes § Uniquely identifies the sender § Uniquely identifies Mail Preparation New Intelligent Mail® Barcodes § Uniquely identifies the sender § Uniquely identifies the mailpiece or aggregate § Includes sortation & routing § Includes Product, Special Service, or other Unique indicators 6060 PRIMACY PKWY STE 201 MEMPHIS TN 38188 Address Change Service ABC Company John Doe 6449 AMBERVIEW CV MEMPHIS TN 38141 - 8346 Intelligent Mail® Barcode Intelligent Mail® Package Barcode Information-Based Indicia Intelligent Mail® Tray Barcode Intelligent Mail® Container Barcode 4

® Comments to Federal Register Notice ® Comments to Federal Register Notice

Comments addressed the following topics: q Readiness of Mailers and USPS in January 2009 Comments addressed the following topics: q Readiness of Mailers and USPS in January 2009 q Containerization Standards q Mail “Owner’s” Identification q Requirement for FAST appointments q BRM & CRM Requirements q Longevity of the Basic IMB® q IMB® use on Parcels q Use of Optional Endorsement Lines [OEL’s] q Suggestions to achieve “Uniqueness” q Mailing documentation to match physical mail q Miscellaneous Items 6

Readiness of Mailers & USPS in January 2009 q January 2009 implementation moved to Readiness of Mailers & USPS in January 2009 q January 2009 implementation moved to May 2009 q Tied directly to new prices in May 2009 7

Containerization Standards q Concern about a lack of standards for First Class Letter or Containerization Standards q Concern about a lack of standards for First Class Letter or Flats q IMB proposal does not include containerization standards q Any new containerization standards would be subject of a separate proposal 8

Mail “Owner’s” Identification q Shift from requirement from ID in Barcode to; q Alternative Mail “Owner’s” Identification q Shift from requirement from ID in Barcode to; q Alternative method to identify owner through electronic documentation 9

Requirement for FAST Appointments q We are not proposing required FAST Appointments for First Requirement for FAST Appointments q We are not proposing required FAST Appointments for First Class Mail q Will continue to require for drop ship for DBMC, DADC, or DSCF for Periodicals, Standard and Package Services 10

BRM & CRM Requirements q BRM & CRM omitted from first Federal Register Notice BRM & CRM Requirements q BRM & CRM omitted from first Federal Register Notice q Proposing Barcodes for letter and flat reply mail q Business Reply Mail®, Courtesy Reply Mail™, Meter Reply Mail and Permit Reply Mail q In IMB® format with Mailer ID and Reply Mail Service Type ID as of May 2010 11

Longevity of Basic IMB® q We are not proposing Basic IMB® option be temporary Longevity of Basic IMB® q We are not proposing Basic IMB® option be temporary q Basic IMB® are information rich and convey more information than POSTNET 12

Use of Intelligent Mail Barcodes on Parcels q Current Federal Register Notice for IMB® Use of Intelligent Mail Barcodes on Parcels q Current Federal Register Notice for IMB® only applies to Letters, Postcards and Flats q Currently refining standards for packages and will publish at a later date 13

Use of Optional Endorsement Lines q The top piece in a bundle must contain: Use of Optional Endorsement Lines q The top piece in a bundle must contain: Ø An OEL, information also in barcode; or Ø Pressure Sensitive bundle label 14

Suggestions to achieve Uniqueness q Suggestion to link delivery routing code and the serial Suggestions to achieve Uniqueness q Suggestion to link delivery routing code and the serial number ID q Proposal: Serial number ID in combination with Mailer ID and Service Type ID 15

Documentation to match physical mail q Nesting of physical mail should match the nesting Documentation to match physical mail q Nesting of physical mail should match the nesting presented in electronic documentation q Some instances where exact match of physical and electronic is challenging, but total number of pieces sorted to each destination matches the documentation 16

Miscellaneous Items q Free Address Correction Service; will be provided for correctly formatted pieces Miscellaneous Items q Free Address Correction Service; will be provided for correctly formatted pieces in Full-Service IMB® Mailings q 10/24 Barcode Format; Specification/Requirements will be posted on RIBBS this week. USPS will update technology to read pure 24 Format by May 2009. q Variety of other issues covered by current Mailing Standards in DMM® 17

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