Printing postage for mailing and shipping
when working remotely

If your business has adopted remote work arrangements, you can still get your mail and packages out the door by printing postage stamps and shipping labels remotely.

Here are some useful tips for sending remotely:

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Print postage stamps and shipping labels remotely

As a client, you have access to an online postage tool, called  PitneyShip™ shipping software where you can print postage stamps and USPS Priority Mail® shipping labels from any location with an internet connection and a printer.
New clients can also subscribe to PitneyShip™ shipping software to mail and ship from anywhere.
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Manage Your Account from anywhere

Manage your account digitally. For assistance, our online support is the best resource.
Get answers on our Support site, chat with our agents, or create a case when you log in to Your Account or register to create a new account.

Don't worry if you don't have a weighing scale

If you don’t have a scale at home, Priority Mail® Flat Rate boxes let you ship items up to 70 lbs. in a Flat Rate box to any state for a single price.

Request a free Priority Mail® shipping kit here.


Ensure you have what you need to send

Essential supplies for mailing and shipping remotely include stamp sheets, label rolls, label printers and scales. These items are available for purchase in the Pitney Bowes Supplies Store.
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Redirect your mail

Temporarily forward incoming mail to your home or another location for as short as 15 days or for as long as one year. Submit your request to the USPS here.

Schedule a pickup to avoid drop off lines

Schedule a USPS® package pickup with any PitneyShip™ shipping software account.

Resources to help you get started

Interactive user session

(Monday – Friday, 2pm ET)
Join the webinar here.

Personalized walkthrough

Schedule a 15 minute
walkthrough with a
customer success resource.