- multiline optical character reader (MLOCR) - An optical character reader that reads and interprets more than one line of the delivery address on a mailpiece.
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Multiline Optical Character Reader — A Multiline Optical Character Reader, or MLOCR, is a type of mail sorting machine that uses Optical Character Recognition (OCR) technology to determine how to route mail through the postal system. MLOCRs work by capturing images of the front of… … Wikipedia
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Mail sorter — First used by postal services to expedite and automate mail processing, mail sorting systems are now also used by corporations and other mailers to presort mail prior to delivery in order to earn discounts on postage. In the United States, for… … Wikipedia
encoded mail — Mail processed on a multiline optical character reader (MLOCR) that has a barcode representation of its ZIP+4 printed on the lower right corner of the mailpiece. USPS optical character reader or remote encoding equipment can barcode the piece, or … Glossary of postal terms
FASTforward — A USPS licensed automated system that updates addresses by matching names and addresses with current change of address orders on file. A piece updated withFASTforward can be delivered directly to the new address rather than forwarded from the old … Glossary of postal terms