Typically, Standard Mail delivery takes 10 to 14 days. Standard Mail is a special classification the U.S. Postal Service offers to businesses and organizations that need to mail many identical letters, catalogs or public... More »

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According to the United States Postal Service, mail under 13 ounces takes two to three business days when shipped by First Class and Priority classes. When shipped Priority Express class, mail is delivered the next day. More »

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Though U.S. Postal Service delivery time varies depending upon destination and type of service, First-Class Mail, commonly used for letters and small packages, is usually delivered within two to three business days. This... More »

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To stop mail from being delivered, visit your local USPS office, or navigate your Web browser to the USPS website, and from there, initiate a temporary delivery halt for up to 30 consecutive days. Complete an official Ch... More »

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The time it takes for mail to reach its destination varies based on the method of delivery and delivery location. Electronic mail is usually delivered in seconds, but if the server is slow, it can take several hours to r... More »

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According to the USPS, for mail traveling between Memphis, Tenn. and Minneapolis, Minn., delivery time can vary, depending on what delivery service is chosen. The United States Postal Service has priority mail express, p... More »

Standard shipping with the United States Postal Service takes between two and eight business days, as of 2014. FedEx and UPS Ground service take between one and five days. More »