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Postage for Mass Mail

Posted: Wed Nov 23, 2011 2:38 pm
by drmguy
So what do people do?

Has anyone tried stamps.com for this?

First off, I am going to be using 9x12. I see two options, either take a massive stack of envelopes to the post office to pay one by one or just use stamps. I just wanted to make sure using a stamp is not unprofessional in any way.

Re: Postage for Mass Mail

Posted: Wed Nov 23, 2011 2:45 pm
by c3pO4
I don't think mass mail means what you think it means. Just email.

Re: Postage for Mass Mail

Posted: Wed Nov 23, 2011 2:49 pm
by drmguy
Judicial internship

Re: Postage for Mass Mail

Posted: Thu Nov 24, 2011 2:37 am
by yuzu
IMO stamps are fine, as long as you have weighed it and know you are putting enough postage on the envelope. You don't want them getting a "postage due" envelope.

If you take it to a clerk at the post office I imagine they can get through a stack very quickly and that may be just as easy.

Good luck!

Re: Postage for Mass Mail

Posted: Thu Nov 24, 2011 1:30 pm
by kalvano
You should not be using regular mail. Email this stuff.

Re: Postage for Mass Mail

Posted: Thu Nov 24, 2011 1:34 pm
by duckmoney
kalvano wrote:You should not be using regular mail. Email this stuff.


Judicial internships typically require snail mail.

But yes, email firms and PI organizations.

Re: Postage for Mass Mail

Posted: Thu Nov 24, 2011 1:47 pm
by wiseowl
Definitely snail mail judicial. I wouldn't bother with 9 X 12, honestly. If you're sending enough documents that they don't fit, when tightly folded, in a regular envelope they won't be read anyway.

Re: Postage for Mass Mail

Posted: Thu Nov 24, 2011 1:49 pm
by chup
wiseowl wrote:Definitely snail mail judicial. I wouldn't bother with 9 X 12, honestly. If you're sending enough documents that they don't fit, when tightly folded, in a regular envelope they won't be read anyway.

Wut. No.

And stamps are fine. These are the kinds of inane details that don't matter for dick that TLS loves to obsess over. In all likelihood it's a clerk or an intern who will be opening these things and they don't give a shit about the difference between stamped and metered mail.