bypass mail

bypass mail - Metered mail, permit imprint mail, and official mail arriving at a post office that does not require preparation before outgoing distribution. Also, mail improperly entered into the mailstream without verification of postage or preparation. (Also see backtrack andPresort/presorted mail)

Glossary of postal terms. 2014.

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