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    Senior Tech 100+ Posts PASTech's Avatar
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    Section for Mailing Machines

    I was wondering if you could add a technical forum for mailing machines? they do print and I have found that most often mailing machine companies contract out to us copier/printer techs the repair orders for these machines.

    Just would like to see it on here as we use this site often. You know one stop shop for office machine technicians...

    Anyways, send me some info on yes or no and why.

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    Re: Section for Mailing Machines

    Pitney Bowes is notoriously infamous for this, I wholeheartedly approve.

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    Re: Section for Mailing Machines

    It's been many years, but I used to service Ascom Hassler equipment.

    I know I sure would have appreciated such a repository of knowledge at the time!

    So, just when is this "old enough to know better" thing supposed to kick in?

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    Senior Tech 100+ Posts PASTech's Avatar
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    Re: Section for Mailing Machines

    Yes, we are finding that too as we are taking over more territory we find that we need more knowledge for those mailing machines as they are in many of the offices we have copiers. Get a little coin for working of something similar to your standard printers

    Hope things go well.

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    Re: Section for Mailing Machines

    Would be awesome to have Aneurysm weigh in on this?

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    Re: Section for Mailing Machines

    Quote Originally Posted by PASTech View Post
    I was wondering if you could add a technical forum for mailing machines? they do print and I have found that most often mailing machine companies contract out to us copier/printer techs the repair orders for these machines.

    Just would like to see it on here as we use this site often. You know one stop shop for office machine technicians...

    Anyways, send me some info on yes or no and why.

    Thanks
    If you'd like to set something up yourself to make do for the time being, you might try setting up a group:
    Groups - Copytechnet.com
    There hasn't been a whole lot going on in groups so far, but you have something totally new that could catch on if enough people join it.


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    Re: Section for Mailing Machines

    Forum: Cash Registers, Calculators, Telecom, Other...

    It's there, the only problem is "other" is about as popular as Calculators and Cash Registers.


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    Re: Section for Mailing Machines

    Quote Originally Posted by JR2ALTA View Post
    Forum: Cash Registers, Calculators, Telecom, Other...


    It's there, the only problem is "other" is about as popular as Calculators and Cash Registers.
    Mailers would be just a touch more common seeing as Pitney Bowes often contracts out to third parties, and they're responsible for maintaining a lot of mailers...

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