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    The security of your data is our highest priority.
    Each NeoSendit production facility routes documents using a secure and completely automated process. The elimination of manual labor and human error allows for guaranteed reliability and decreased delivery time.

    NeoSendit and its state-of-the-art production facilities provide the highest level of security and service:
    • Data transfer by secure protocol (SSL) identical to those used for banking transactions
    • 24/7 surveillance ensures operational continuity
    • Electrical infrastructure with back-up generators
    • Fire prevention measures

    You can send as many Adobe PDFs and Microsoft Word documents as your wish. Each document must be in US Letter format and must be 10 Mo or less.

    USA addresses have three parts, and each part must start on a new line:
    • Recipient identification
    This part typically indicates the name of a person and/or the name of a company, and the street address.
    Be careful to enter clear information so that the letter carrier can easily find the appropriate person or company in town.

    • Town identification
    This part indicates the destination town or city, the American state, and the ZIP Code. For the U.S. city line, the following formats are accepted
    (you can use the state abbreviation or the full state name, digit codes can be 5-digit ZIP or ZIP+4):
    Town ST nnnnn-nnnn
    TownST nnnnn
    Town state nnnnn-nnnn
    Town state nnnnn
    Do not put spaces between ZIP digits.
    Examples of 5 digit ZIP and ZIP+4 digit codes:
        OSHKOSH Wl 54901
        NEW YORK NY 10025-7799

    • Country identification
    The country name must always be on a separate line at the end of the address.
    Example of valid U.S. mail address
        JOHN DOE
        ABC INC STE 12
        123 MAIN ST NW
        NEW-YORK NY 12345
        USA

    You can send as many invoices or estimates as you wish in a single bulk. There is no additional cost.

    To find out if an email has been opened, we load a tiny transparent image and detect when the image has been loaded. As it relies on images, it isn't 100% accurate.
    If a recipient's email application has the images turned off, the tracking image won't load, and the email will not be recognized as opened.
    In addition there is a short delay between the moment the email is opened and the moment it is visible in the application.

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