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Notice by Mail with Column

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What is Notice by Mail?

Notice by Mail is a new feature built directly into our public notice placement software for local governments and law firms who need to mail out letters related to notices. Column can now save you the hassle of stuffing envelopes and printing out documents, and ensure that all your mailings are handled seamlessly at little extra cost. Simply input your delivery and deadline details, then sit back and relax while we stuff the envelopes, send out the letters, track the mailings, and provide you with comprehensive updates every step of the way.

How does it work?

1. Fill out the ‘Notice by Mail’ step while you are placing your notice. Upload your list of addresses and a PDF of the documents to include in the envelopes.

2. Submit your notice to officially place your mail order with Column. We’ll get right to work preparing your envelopes so they’re ready to be mailed on time for the dates you selected. We’ll also send you an email confirming your order has been placed.

3. Receive updates from us when your order is mailed and when it’s estimated to have been delivered. That’s all there is to it!

Frequently Asked Questions

How much does it cost?

Column charges a nominal price of $1.30 (+ 16 cents for additional pages past the first double sided page) per envelope in return for preparing the documents, envelopes, and letter tracking.

How does it work?

Under the “Notice by Mail” step in Column, simply upload your list of addresses and a PDF of the documents to include in the envelopes. As soon as you submit your notice, your mail order will be officially placed. You will also receive a confirmation email and email updates about when your order is mailed and when your order is estimated to have been delivered.

How do I know that my letters are mailed successfully?

Column will send you an email when your order is confirmed, when your letters have been mailed, and when they are estimated to have been delivered. Unless you indicate that you require certified mail, the best information we can provide about delivery will be an estimate.