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Return Mail Management

Quickmail have implemented an advanced scanning system that allows easy and accurate data extraction from physical mail pieces. This means we can transform large volumes of returned mail into a simple data spreadsheet or a searchable PDF.

 

This system together with our existing infrastructure allows us to process returned mail in a fraction of the time.

 

All mail is opened by an automated mail opener, batch scanned and processed through the system. The system will then determine how many pages each document is and extract the data to a spreadsheet or PDF which can be emailed directly to our clients. All returned mail is then securely destroyed.

 

Print Post Numbers & Postal Discounts
Newsletters, magazines and publications that are sent more than twice a year can apply for a Print Post number. This number will attract discounted postal rates if you have more than 100 mail pieces. For other items, Quickmail can advise on the best postal solution to maximise the postal discount.

 

Promo Post

If you send large volumes of promotional mail, Promo Post offers you a cost-effective and straightforward way to send your articles in bulk.

 

Benefits:
– Engage your audience using an uncluttered channel
– Leverage the PreSort letters benefits of having your mail barcoded
– Lodge bulk mailings (within Australia) of 4000 or more
– Access lower bulk mailing rates

 

To qualify for Promo Post, your articles must be promotional in nature. Your articles will also need to meet the following weight, size and thickness requirements:

 

 Maximum weight 125g
 Minimum size 88 x 138mm
 Maximum size  130 x 240mm
 Maximum thickness 5mm

 

 

Reply Paid

Reply Paid Envelopes makes it easy – and free – for your customers to reply to your communications. Talk with our staff about getting your own Reply Paid envelope artwork.

 

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