January 8th, 2004, 02:09 PM #1
We are glad to announce that we have received approval to expand the beta testing of the Endicia Mac software client, Swordfish.*
You indicated that you were interested in a Mac client to print postage and that is why we are contacting you.
Please realize that this is a beta version of the software and we will appreciate any feedback that you can give us to improve and expand the software functionality.* Additionally, we will be providing the US Postal Service with information about this test phase in order to eventually receive their approval to deploy the software in production.
You can get more information on the software at www.endicia.com/mac. *In order to start using the Swordfish, you will need to sign-up for a Mac version of an Endicia account at <>https://www.endicia.com/mac/signup/howtoapply.cfm.</> *Please follow the instructions that will walk you through the sign-up and the following email that you will receive to download and activate the software.
We appreciate your support and look forward to your comments.* Please direct all feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For Dymo printer users, please use the Dymo version at[download.dymo.com] not the latest 6.1 application.
The Endicia Mac Team
May 25th, 2011, 01:33 PM #2
Stamps.com has just launched a new web-based version of our postage software that allows Mac users to print postage stamps or shipping labels online (no software download required).
Here are some of the features of Stamps.com for Mac users:
- Buy and print U.S. postage in minutes from your browser in just a few clicks
- Eliminate trips to the Post Office. Access special services including certified mail, delivery confirmation, insurance and more
- Get discounts not available at the Post Office. Save up to 15% off Priority Mail, up to 21% off Express Mail and up to 8% on First Class Parcels.
Let me know if you have any questions.
June 8th, 2011, 01:59 PM #3
Thank you very much for the shameless plug.
The old adage, "If you have nothing nice to say, don't say anything at all" applies here as well, but may be modified to say, "If you have nothing worthwhile to add to a discussion, don't add anything at all." Your post is nothing but an advertisement for stamps.com.
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