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Figure 7-17.—An example of a PS Form 3826, Registry Irregularity Report.
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Figure 7-19.—An example of a PS Form 3883.
dispatching activity after you have applied your APDS.   You should forward missent articles to the proper destination by the next dispatch. ·   When  you  receive  a  bill  that  is  improperly prepared,  you  should  make  corrections  on  the bill  and  return  the  coupon  explaining  the discrepancy to the dispatching activity. ·   When  a  bill  is  missing,  prepare  a  new  bill  in duplicate  and  return  the  duplicate  to  the dispatching activity. DELIVERY OF REGISTERED MAIL TO ADDRESSEE After registered pouches have been opened and the contents verified and backstamped, the mail is sorted by  unit  of  address  with  the  exception  of  personal registered mail, which is set aside for delivery to the addressee or authorized agent. Delivery to Mail Clerks and Mail Orderlies PS  Form  3883  is  a  3-part  set  used  to  deliver  a command’s  official  accountable  mail  to  mail  clerks 7-18 PCf0718 Figure 7-18.—An example of properly receipting for articles inside a registered pouch.

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