"frogs" <frogs_REMOVECAPSTOEM...@hotmail.com> wrote in messagenews:firstname.lastname@example.org...
> "PFluff" <jus...@anything.com> wrote in messageAs much as I've run an AFC, I've never noticed if "readable" addresses got
>> (clipped) That bar code is just an identifier that is sprayed
>> on when a piece can't be read by machine (end clipped).
> That doesn't seem to make sense. Must be more to it than
> that? because a lot, I'd say almost all? of the DPS'd letters
> have an orange bar code on the back of them. All those
> couldn't be machine read? I remember reading something
> quite awhile back (maybe read here) about what they
> were for but can't remember what the thread said.
an ID tag (before a change I'll speak of later). There are (or, effectively,
used to be) 3 categories of mail that the AFC sorted to; FIM (already BCed),
Typed & Readable (to the OCR for a BC), and Non-readable (to a BCS to wait
for info from a REC site).
For the last 6 months or so (at least here), all the mail, except for FIM,
I've been out of the Automation loop for a year or more, just do AFCs for
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