Addressng Do's and Don'ts
Here are some DO's to be aware of:
-- Since Campus Mail does not use postmarks, there is no way of knowing when a piece of mail entered the system. When mail arrives later than its date would suggest, don't assume Campus Mail was slow to deliver.
- . Not all addresses in the University Directory receive Campus Mail delivery. If in doubt, call the mail service office at (43)6-4592.
Here are some DON'Ts:
Don't mix outgoing U.S. mail with campus mail. U.S. mail is brought directly to the post office. Any campus mail mixed in will be sent to the U.S. postal facility and returned as postage due items. This not only delays things, but a fee is charged to the Mail Service and eventually to your department.