Making mailing more convenient: You have options

Mei-Yun Lee
August 2001
Business Journal (Central New York);08/10/2001, Vol. 15 Issue 32, p12
Presents options for eliminating inconvenience in mailing. Cost of renting a postage meter; Disadvantage of renting a postage meter; Perks offered by an Internet postage software.


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