Determining the correct postage method on the Connect+ Series and SendPro P

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Products affected: Connect+® 500W, Connect+® 1000, Connect+® 2000, Connect+® 3000, SendPro® P1000, SendPro® P1500, SendPro® P2000, SendPro® P3000
  • If your mail requires no application of postage, see Section C to choose your job settings.
  • If your mail requires postage, you must determine if you can print directly on your mail. You can feed mail provided your mailpieces meet the requirements (material type, dimensions, and thickness) for your franking machine. If your mail meets these requirements, select the appropriate postage or weighing method from Section A.
  • If your mail does NOT meet your franking machine requirements for direct printing, you MUST print a postage tape. Select the applicable postage or weighing method from Section B.

Section A: Printing on mail

If:Then use this method:

You are sending postcards.

Select the Postage Rate when selecting the Class.

You do not know the weight of your piece of mail.

Attached Scale

The pieces of mail are different weights but fall within the guidelines listed in the Mail Piece Specifications topic.

WEIGH-ON-THE-WAY® (W-O-W®)
 

All pieces of mail are identical.

WEIGH-ON-THE-WAY (W-O-W), first piece only

Your pieces of mail vary in types, sizes, and/or weights and you have several you need to process quickly and efficiently.

Differential weighing with Auto envelope printing selected

Section B: Printing on tape

If:Then use this method:

You do not know the weight of your piece of mail.

Attached Scale

You have several pieces of mail and do not know the required postage amounts.

Attached Scale

You know the weight.

Manual weight entry

Your pieces of mail vary in types, sizes, and/or weights.

Differential weighing with Auto tape printing selected

Section C: Processing mail without postage

If:Then use this method:

You only want to seal the envelopes and do not want to apply postage.

Seal only

You want to print the date or time incoming mail for record keeping.

Date and Time non-postal jobs


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UPDATED: 14 August 2021