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Figure 11-14.An example of an automated directory file indicating a PS Form 3579 was sent.
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Standard Mail (B)
identified  because  the  articles  bear  the  endorsement “Presorted  Standard”  or  “PRST  STD.”    Although businesses  and  organizations  pay  a  lower  rate  of postage  to  mail  Standard  Mail  (A)  articles,  these articles are “mail” and must be processed and treated in accordance with USPS regulations (see table 11-3). Directory  clerks  must  pay  attention  to  mailer endorsements (if any) to prevent incorrect disposition of the mail. Catalogs Catalogs are mailed at the bulk rate of postage and are considered to be of no value.  Catalogs that are   undeliverable   should   be   disposed   of   as follows:    If overseas, the wrapper and/or label should be removed  and  destroyed.    This  also  applies  to 11-16 RULE ENDORSEMENT MILITARY POSTAL DIRECTORY SERVICED SHALL: MILITARY POSTAL DIRECTORY SERVICED BY THE USPS SHALL: 1 NO ENDORSEMENT (Unit mailclerks and mail orderlies.) Endorse each piece of mail as “Undeliverable as Addressed,” and return to the serving MPO. (MPO) Destroy as waste, MPO’s shall not forward or return this mail. Endorse each piece as, “Undeliverable as Addressed.”  Return to the servicing USPS facility. Piece disposed of by USPS. 2 ADDRESS SERVICE REQUESTED Forward.  Endorse “Change of Address Due to Official Orders.” Prepare PS Form 3547 and send to mailer advising of new address.  If forwarding address is unknown, return piece to sender, endorsed with reason for nondelivery and “Postage Due.”  Do not compute postage. Forward.  Endorse “Change of Address Due to Official Orders.”  Prepare PS Form 3547 and send to mailer advising of new address.  If forwarding address is unknown, return piece to sender, endorsed with reason for nondelivery and “Postage Due.”  Do not compute postage. 3 FORWARDING SERVICE REQUESTED Forward.  Endorse “Change of Address Due to Official Orders.”  If a forwarding address is unknown, return to sender endorsed with the reason for nondelivery and Postage Due.  Do not compute postage. Forward.  Endorse “Change of Address Due to Official Orders.”  If a forwarding address is unknown, return to sender endorsed with the reason for nondelivery and Postage Due.  Do not compute postage. 4 RETURN SERVICE REQUESTED Return piece with new address or reason for nondelivery attached. Endorse Postage Due.  Do not compute postage. Return piece with new address or reason for nondelivery attached.  Endorse Postage Due.  Do not compute postage. 5 CHANGE SERVICE REQUESTED (Unit mailclerks and mail orderlies.) Endorse each piece of mail as “Undeliverable as Addressed,” and return to the serving MPO. MPO prepares PS Form 3547 and sends to mailer then piece disposed of. Prepare PS Form 3547 and send to mailer.  Endorse each piece as, “Undeliverable as Addressed.”  Return to the servicing USPS facility. Piece disposed of by USPS. Standard Mail (A) is forwarded and returned to domestic addresses only. Table 11-3.—Treatment of Undeliverable-as-Addressed Standard Mail (A)

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