No. Many more data elements are required to perform a presort. However, you can contact TEC Mailing Solutions at firstname.lastname@example.org we will be glad to help you with your presort requirements.
No. Appending email addresses requires a number of ancillary porcesses that we currently do not support in an online capacity. If you have this requirement, we can facilitate your needs through TEC Mailing Solutions at email@example.com
Yes. MailListCleaner can update any list of names as long as you have the necessary address fields required.
Yes. All service levels provide a CASS Certified file as an output which contains the zip, zip+4 and Delivery point which are required for Automation discounts. Additionally, MLC+ and MLC Ultra meet the USPS Move Update requirements for automation discounts.
Yes. The MLC+ and MLC Ultra services meet the USPS Move Update Requirements.
No. A presort is required to accurately create an IMB (Intelligent Mail Barcode)
Name, Company (if available), address, city, state, and zip code.
MailListCleaner supports both delimited, and fixed length text files, MS Excel, MS Access, and dbase file types as input.
Yes. All input fields from your data are carried through the complete process and are contained in the output file.
MailListCleaner's data output file is a comma delimited text file that can be easily imported into any spreadsheet or database application.
The North American Industry Classification System (NAICS, pronounced Nakes) was developed under the direction and guidance of the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) as the standard for use by Federal statistical agencies in classifying business establishments for the collection, tabulation, presentation, and analysis of statistical data describing the U.S. economy. Use of the standard provides uniformity and comparability in the presentation of these statistical data. NAICS is based on a production-oriented concept, meaning that it groups establishments into industries according to similarity in the processes used to produce goods or services. NAICS replaced the Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) system in 1997.
A PAF is a Process Acknowledgement Form. The PAF is an essential part of the NCOALink process because it enables USPS and the mailing industry to comply with the Privacy Act of 1974 by way of a written request to use COA information for mailing purposes. The service provider licensee must acquire this form from each customer before they can perform NCOALink processing.
The Process Acknowledgement Form (PAF) is good for 365 days from the day it was approved
After establishing as a registered user, it is as simple as uploading a file, define the service level and go...
First Class, Standard, Periodicals, and Package Services
Yes, MailPreparer allows you to select the zip and carrier routes to contruct the mailing for EDDM. MailPreparer creates all of the required USPS postal paperwork and the completely filled out bundle slips.
Yes, MailPreparer™ processes Standard Mail non-profit mailings. The sortation is designed to provide you with the lowest available costs and the greatest postal penetration.
Yes, MailPreparer™ produces a complete set of Mail.dat files for your use in either a third party Mail.dat viewer or to upload to the USPS via the Gateway.
Yes, MailPreparer™ allows the user to select either a Full Service IMB or a Basic IMB. The barcode uniqueness can be determine by the user or automatically controlled by MailPreparer™.
Yes, MailPreparer™ produces all of the required paperwork for the USPS. Including the postal statement, qualification report, sack/tray tags, and pallet placards. If address hygiene is performed, a CASS 3553 and NCOA process information is also provided.
MailPreparer™ leverages the use of MailPieceTrackerTM and assigned a unique serial number to each piece in conjunction with TEC Mailing Solutions’ Mailer ID to track each piece through the postal service. Detailed reporting for each job tracked is provided by MailPieceTracker™.
Depending on the number of services performed, MailPreparer™ takes approximately 5 minutes to clean and sort 10,000 to 20,000 records.
No. Though the address hygiene processes of CASS and NCOA may standardize and/or update your address information automatically, MailPreparer™ does not allow the user to manually edit any data.