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Figure 7-8.—An example of a PS Form 3854.
Q7-15.   The post office facility accepting a registered mail  article  is  considered  as  the  office  of origin.  (True/False) Now turn to appendix I to check your answers. PROCESSING REGISTERED MAIL FOR DISPATCH Learning   Objective: Identify   the procedures for preparing registered mail for dispatch. The  first  step  in  the  processing  of  outgoing registered mail is separating the pieces by destination. While you are separating the pieces by destination, a quick double check should be made to make sure each piece is correctly endorsed and properly postmarked. After  you  have  completed  separating  all  of  your registered  mail  by  destination,  and  have  checked  for proper endorsements and postmarks, you are ready to start your dispatch procedures.   Personal and official registered mail are dispatched in the same pouch, there is  no  need  to  prepare  separate  pouches.   Registered mail addressed to APO and FPO addresses should be pouched  separately  and  sent  to  the  nearest  FMC  or Navy post office. MAIL POUCHES AND SACKS Registered mail must never be dispatched in torn or  defective  mailbag  equipment.    Mail  pouches  and sacks  used  for  dispatch  of  registered  mail  should  be examined to ensure that such equipment is not torn or otherwise defective.  Any hole renders the equipment unusable for registered mail.   The selection of proper mailbag equipment for the transport of registered mail cannot be overemphasized. NUMBERED SEAL POUCHES Now  that  you  have  completed  examining  the pouch  for  defects,  the  next  procedure  in  the  registry dispatch process is to enclose all registered mail into the  pouches. You  should  enclose  all  parcels  into pouches,  if  possible,  to  prevent  handling  as  ordinary mail. PS Form 3854, prepared in duplicate, is used as an inside bill to document registered mail, which is being 7-8 1 3 4 8 9 2 6 5 PCf0707 7 Figure 7-7.—An example of a PS Form 3877.

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