[Ansteorra] the calendar

Margaret Mitchell mirrim at moritu.net
Fri Apr 18 09:01:39 PDT 2003

A very good way is to send calendar requests by Priority or Express
Mail.  With Priority Mail for about 50 cents extra you can have the
letter tracked.  Express Mail is automatically tracked but you want to
waive the signature requirement.  The sender can sign saying the
recipient doesn't need to sign for the mail.  That way it is just left
in the mailbox.  Both Priority and Express Mail are faster than
Certified Mail too.

(who doesn't work for USPS, but has lots of experience mailing things)

mike young wrote:
> This is a multi-part message in MIME format.
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> [ Picked text/plain from multipart/alternative ]
> Hello and a good day to everyone!
> I know everyone doesn't have internet access, but if those who read this could please help me spread this information, I would be very much grateful.
> Please do not send me calendar requests via CERTIFIED mail.
> I am not home during the day when the post comes therefore they take it back to the main postoffice.  I work out of town and it is VERY difficult for me to get there to pick up your request.
> I certainly understand your information is very important and a lot of us have had trouble with the mail, but when making your choice of methods to mail a request, please do not choice something that involves me having to sign something<G
> If you have any questions, please feel free to call , email or write me.
> in service,
> Gwyneth
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