Bulk Mail


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Bulk Mail

The dissemination of mail to a large number of people. For example, a supermarket may send bulk mail containing coupons and other discounts. Bulk mail may be solicited or unsolicited, and its use is a common tactic in marketing. Bulk mail is entitled to reduced postage from the U.S. Postal Service.
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Under the compensation scheme, bulk mail customers should automatically have received compensation.
The new distribution ``hub'' will act as the drop-off and collection point for all bulk mail collected in South Wales, which will be sorted at the company's Bristol office, following the announced closure of Consignia's Pontypridd branch.
The tabs select the view displayed by the upper left-hand window: Hot, Correspondent, Bulk Mail, Date, Attachment, and Search.
Reducing the volume of bulk mail you receive saves trees, energy, landfill space and water--not to mention your time.
Don Berman, recently retired Director of Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, Division of Solid Waste Management, sent us a copy of a report entitled Issues in Bulk Mail. The report is the product of a joint project undertaken by the Department of Engineering and Public Policy of the H.
Postal Service is already highly efficient at handling over 1 billion bulk mail pieces annually.
The simple way to keep her rates down, without costing the Postal Service an additional cent, is to change the service's mandate: Require bulk mail to pay its fair share toward maintaining the system.
Including bulk mail processing and mailing list management.
COMPANIES will soon be able to predict more accurately when marketing mail and credit card statements land on doormats after Royal Mail announced PS70m investment in barcodes for bulk mail.
They are a Dutch company out to take the bulk mail. They will not deliver mail to the Highlands and Islands or the remote areas.