Post # 1
Does anyone here know if you can use an airmail envelope to send mail locally? I asked the post office, they were pretty clueless, and I asked customer service where I will order the envelopes and they said check the post office. I also ordered a sample to physically take to the post office and show them but hasn’t arrived yet and was just wondering if anyone knew this ahead of time. Thanks in advance bees!
Post # 3
@nl: It just says air mail on the front, right? I don’t think the post office cares as long as it has a stamp in the right place and a real address on the front.
ETA: My mom still sends me letters with the envelope covered in butterfly and other types of stickers and it still works, so if it’s got designs on the envelopes I think you’re ok.
Post # 4
@love108: Yes. Its actually available here: http://www.actionenvelope.com/ae/control/product/~category_id=REGULAR/~product_id=92908
I just am baffled that this concept is totally lost to the postal system!! LOL!
Post # 5
The postal service doesn’t even know how to forward or hold mail correctly, so I am completely unshocked that they have no idea about this…I say if it has a stamp and the correct address, it’s fine! You could use the sample envelope to mail something to your mom or friend or something to test it if you’re worried!
Post # 6
@crayfish: ha.. yes you are right. That’s an excellent idea too. I will mail the sample and if it comes back then i know. I don’t have a back up plan so i hope it doesnt.