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Old 10-13-2006, 12:13 PM   #1
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Ok I have to send bills to Canada, how much postage do i need to send it from Indiana to Ontario, Canada??? It'* just a normal sized letter envelope....
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According to the Pitney Bowes Machine I have here at work it will cost .63 cents to mail your letter to Canada.
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According to the Pitney Bowes Machine I have here at work it will cost .63 cents to mail your letter to Canada.
Ok so should I just slap 3 stamps on the envelope and call it a day? lol
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Or walk into the local post office and have them tell you exact postage.
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Or walk into the local post office and have them tell you exact postage.
Yeah, I was trying to do it the simple way by sitting at my desk and handing it to the mail man when he comes in rather than driving down the street in the cold lol. Yes...I know...LAZY! hehe
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ahh...got a scale around that'll do ounces?

You can look it up on usps.com
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1 step ahead of ya. I just went on the site and it says the envelope is 1 ounce and it will cost me a whopping $.63 to mail it. Thanks for your help though!
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Or you could just take Tony'* advice..lol
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