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tray  is  considered  excess  equipment  unless  actually needed for the dispatch of mail.  Do not hold MTE for possible emergencies. Q9-15.   In what manner should international mail be delivered after it is received at your MPO? Q9-16.   A number on a parcel is not sufficient evidence of  insurance.   An  insurance  endorsement  is required to indicate that the article is insured. (True/False) Q9-17.   What is the purpose of incoming and outgoing mail logs? 9-14 PCf0906 Figure 9-6—Examples of incoming and outgoing mail logs.

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