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  • If it weighs less than 16 ounces, yes. If it's heavier than that (merchandise return, for example), you have to take it to a post office.
  • If there is a postal number that authorizes the postage, then it will. You can not write that on an envelope and expect it to get sent. The post office issues numbers that authorize a company to pay postage after the fact, from a pre-paid account.
  • Yepper. That "no postage" thing is called a "frank". Gotta love free postage!!
  • perhaps it means that it doesn't even require posting at all.
  • You must only use the envelope that says " no postage Neccesary ...." . Not the box
  • Yes. Whatever you are sending must fit in the envelope that is endorsed "no postage necessary." Then "mail it" Put it in a (blue) collection box, give it to a letter carrier, or get it to the post office some other way,.
  • This is how it is supposed to work. There are some limitations to avoid abuse, though: 'In cases where a BRM card or letter is used improperly as a label, the USPS treats the item as waste.' Source: http://pe.usps.com/cpim/ftp/manuals/dmm300/full/MailingStandards.pdf See also: http://www.ehow.com/info_8682390_postage-necessary-mailing-limits.html - http://www.straightdope.com/columns/read/566/can-i-mail-a-brick-back-to-a-junk-mail-firm-using-the-business-reply-envelope

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