I had to rush a print job while preparing internet orders for my web store and my "NetStamps" postage printed less than perfectly. Can I use them stamps or change them without my shipment failing? [more inside]
I have a bunch of postcards I'm mailing out from within the US to people in the US, UK and Switzerland. I can put domestic stamps on the cards sent from within the US to our US address, so that the recipients can just drop it in a mailbox. Does the USPS or another entity within the US sell stamps that I can put on the postcards sent from the UK and Switzerland, such that the recipients don't need to buy their own stamps?
What are the maximum dimensions (in each direction) of a box that will fit in a standard USPS blue drop box of the sort that you find on a city street corner? [more inside]
What is the general history of the US postal "business reply mail" ? When did it begin? [more inside]
I have perfected homemade marshmallows and they are delicious! They are so delicious that I want to send some from San Francisco to a friend in England. The only trouble is that the marshmallows have a coating of white powder (confectioners' sugar and a little cornflour) to ensure they don't stick together and create one big mess. Am I asking for trouble by sending this stuff via USPS internationally? [more inside]
What hardware and software do I need to print postage for a lot of envelopes? [more inside]
Can I get a discount on postage for mailing 300 postcards to 1 address? [more inside]
Can I put two Forever stamps on one envelope? [more inside]
Is there a way to get Endicia (for Mac) to validate APO/FPO addresses? [more inside]
Where can I buy vintage, valid US postage stamps for face value or near face value? [more inside]
Can I augment pre-paid postcards? [more inside]
Where can I buy first class postage online? I need to be able to choose a custom rate (say, $1.57). [more inside]
Will the USPS reject an envelope weighing 1.1 ounces with 1 first class stamp? [more inside]
I have an envelope that's about 10"x13". Inside, I have maybe 15 pages of college application materials. And I have $3.90 in stamps. How the hell do I know how much postage I need for this thing? Should I try to figure it out myself, or should I just take it to the post office and have them figure it out?
How much would it cost to send a postcard to every household in the United States? [more inside]