support for letters

We have updated our integration to support letters, non machinable letters, flats (large envelope), and non machinable flats. Note that you must make sure the printed label is applied horizontally to the envelope to confirm to USPS requirements.

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FedEx Web Services (PDF) Beta

Teapplix is now FedEx certified. This means you can print FedEx shipping labels as a PDF directly from Teapplix web page without ShipManager software. This will be supported on both Windows and Mac. We are planning on doing beta tests … Continue reading

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UPS Mail Innovations

We have changed the generated XML that feed UPS WorldShip to always indicate “Address Service Requested” rather than “Return Service Requested”. This applies to Mail Innovations and Surepost. Please let us know if you have questions and concerns regarding this.

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Changes in Automatic Inventory Assembly Build

We have made changes in automatic build of inventory assembly. If you do not have enough components to build the required inventory assemblies, instead of making the build pending, Teapplix now just silently fail the build. As a result, you … Continue reading

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Direct Print ActiveX now supports 64bit Internet Explorer

We have released a fix to our direct print ActiveX to support 64 bit version of internet explorer. Direct print allows you to integrate with Endicia DaZzle and UPS WorldShip from our web page without the need for file import … Continue reading

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Re-classification of USPS First Class Mail on eBay

We have updated our default ebay shipping method to map USPS First Class Package to “Standard”. This follows eBay changes last week announced below: USPS First-Class Service No Longer an Expedited Shipping Service Starting the first week of May, USPS … Continue reading

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