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  • By Aedan Ross
  • Incoming Mail Incoming mail is mail that is coming into the company from outsiders Pre-set envelope categories Open and remove envelope contents carefully Date stamp items Write cheques in the Remittances Book Enclose items together Sort mail into different departments
  • Outgoing MailOutgoing mail is mail that is leaving the company destined for a customer, business associate or suppliers Collect mail from the departments Check for signatures and enclosures Insert mail into envelopes Weight and frank mail Dispatch
  • Internal MailInternal mail is mail that is sent and received within the company. It can be anything from an e-mail or a memorandum, to a photocopied document to a scribbled note on scrap paper.There is no cost for this service and it should be a fast process.It could even go to different branches of the company.
  • Mail Room Equipment Folding/Inserting machine Photocopier Date stamp Letter opener Shredder Weights or scales Franking machine
  • Remittance BookThe Remittance Book is a book where all cheques are take record of. These cheques would be enclosures from incoming and outgoing mail.
  • Potentially Dangerous ItemsMail could be classed as potentially dangerous if: The address is incorrect or non- existant The weight is abnormal for the size of the parcel It is unexpected You cannot identify the sender It smells strange or has grease marks A ticking or electronic bleeping can be heard from within.