- address correction service
- address correction service - A system of ancillary service endorsements that allows mailers to obtain the addressee's new (forwarding) address or the reason for nondelivery.
Glossary of postal terms. 2014.
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Address Management — (AM) An organizational unit that provides USPS policy and systems on mailing list service, address correction service, forwarding, and other related services. (Also see forward) (Formerly known as Address Information Systems) … Glossary of postal terms
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