Track certified mail with receipts from the United States Postal Service by locating the item's unique 20- or 22- digit tracking number on the receipt and putting it into the tracking system on the USPS website. Instant ... More »

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Recipients are advised to mark unwanted mail as "refused" and return it unopened to the U.S. Postal Service within a reasonable amount of time. Following this procedure excuses the recipient from paying for new postage f... More »

The U.S. Postal Service only sells flat-rate boxes for the purpose of sending Priority Mail. The Postal Service designates all other packages Parcel Post, now renamed Standard Post. It charges set prices for Priority Mai... More »

Track certified mail from the U.S. Postal Service by using tracking tools on the USPS website. You need the tracking number for the package in order to use this service. Alternatively, send a text message to 28777 with y... More »

Track international airmail by sending the letter or package via one of the United States Postal Service options that offers international tracking and using the USPS online tracking system to monitor the status of the m... More »

To track a USPS shipment, enter the tracking number into the tool on the USPS website. A tracking number is given to the customer when the package is shipped. More »

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To use the USPS Track and Manage feature, visit the Track and Manage page on the USPS website, and enter the tracking number of any package shipped with services such as Certified Mail, Priority Mail and Registered Mail.... More »