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Using Franked Mail boxes if you print your postages online?

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There are two postal boxes outside the post office. One of them is the regular red box and there is another box especially for 'franked mail'. I am wondering if I print my postages online, can I put… Read More
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8y, 3m agoPosted 8 years, 3 months ago
There are two postal boxes outside the post office. One of them is the regular red box and there is another box especially for 'franked mail'. I am wondering if I print my postages online, can I put my mail into the box especially for 'franked mail' or is that for something else?
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8y, 3m agoPosted 8 years, 3 months ago
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#1
you need to have a franking machine hence thats why its called franked mail.... If you dont then you dont put it in there....
#2
it's marked "franked mail" because it's for franked mail...
A lot of businesses use franking machines. You still need to use a normal mail box.
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bellabonkers
it's marked "franked mail" because it's for franked mail...
A lot of businesses use franking machines. You still need to use a normal mail box.


yeah we use to have one...we went back to printing though as more efficient and easier for the idiots on admin!
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awoodhall2003
yeah we use to have one...we went back to printing though as more efficient and easier for the idiots on admin!


lol...don't you get discound for franked mail though?? I'm sure it's different rates? no?
#5
yeh it used to be 2p off each first class item..might have changed with new prices
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bellabonkers
lol...don't you get discound for franked mail though?? I'm sure it's different rates? no?


yeah dependent on how much you send...but the machine cost a bomb, so we returned it, the time it was taking the (idiot) admins to do it meant was costing more in time, and time is money!
So back to the stack printer! or buying stamps in bulk always worked out about same price anyways :thumbsup:
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masterruckus
yeh it used to be 2p off each first class item..might have changed with new prices


yeah sounds about right...
#8
thanks everyone. hmmmm...so if I print the postage online for items that will not fit through the mouth of the normal mail box, I will still have the line up at the post office in order to mail those larger items :(
#9
Slash
thanks everyone. hmmmm...so if I print the postage online for items that will not fit through the mouth of the normal mail box, I will still have the line up at the post office in order to mail those larger items :(


I guess so. I'm sure if you speak to the person behind the counter they will confirm with you.
#10
do you live near the sorting office? call them and ask if you can drop the items off

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