Answer: I also need to extract contacts from my email regularly and I tiredusing many products and following are the issues with them: 1. None of them are free 2. They ask for a lot of money 3. Provides a very limited solutions in the basic version.
I found one more option mailboxlabs.com which looks very promisingand its completely free.
Answer: Stand-alone mail drop boxes are owned by the US Postal Service, part of the Federal Government. It is illegal to deface any property owned by post office. Post Offices can also dictate the placement, size, shape, and height of personal mailboxes whether on homes or on rural routes (stand alone boxes along the roadway). Customarily, it has been historically illegal to use even a personal mailbox for anything except sending and receiving mail.
Answer: Yes it is ILLEGAL to put something in or on a mailbox without postage. This is why UPS and Fedex drop items at your door. I think it is worth noting that there is no jailtime associated with this offense and a maximum penalty of $10,000 for businesses or $5,000 for individuals as well as being made to retroactively pay for the postage.
Answer: No. The USPS Domestic Mail Manual states that, except for the occasional newspaper, "no part of a mail receptacle may be used to deliver any matter not bearing postage, including items or matter placed upon, supported by, attached to, hung from, or inserted into a mail receptacle."
Answer: As a former rural mail carrier I have seen this problem often. Most of these mail boxes have very shallow foundations. A truck backing into this type of mailbox can easily knock one over. A car could hit it and knock it over, although there would be a lot of damage to the car. These type of mailboxes can be very dangerous if a car is going at a highway speed and then looses control and hits one. They should never be used where traffic is not usually very slow.
Answer: You can find where to purchase mailbox covers through internet. Internet can guide you to the nearest shop and if there is not any near your area, you can also pick from different sites from all over the world and they will be delivered at your home!
YOU MIGHT NOT WANT TO TRY THAT. VINYL SIDING HAS NO STRUCTURAL INTEGRITY. THE WEIGHT OF THE MAILBOX ALONG WITH THE DAILY USAGE WILL EITHER DISFIGURE THE SIDING OR BREAK IT. EITHER MAKE SURE YOU HAVE WOOD SHEATHING BEHIND THE SIDING OR STUDS. DRILL HOLES THROUGH THE SIDING SO THE SCREWS DO NOT GRAB THE SIDING BUT GRAB WHAT IS BEHIND IT.
Answer: My adjacent neighbor took my mailbox down from the current post that housed 2 mailboxes of which one was mine. They erected a single post and mounted theirs. My mailbox was removed. What can I do about it?
Can you use your neighbors mailbox?
Maybe you should ask your neighbor and not everyone on the internet. Duh
Answer: You are probably referring to U.S. Postal Regulations which govern how far from a street edge and how high a roadside mailbox must be. The box must be placed at least 42 inches high and must be easily reachable from the window/door of the mail delivery vehicle.
Answer: US Code Title 18 § 1705. Destruction of letter boxes or mail Whoever willfully or maliciously injures, tears down or destroys any letter box or other receptacle intended or used for the receipt or delivery of mail on any mail route, or breaks open the same or willfully or maliciously injures, defaces or destroys any mail deposited therein, shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than three years, or both.
Did you hit it "willfully or maliciously?" If not, you are merely civilly liable for damages.
Answer: Yes, that is generally how the postal service works. There are conditions to this, however. The envelope will need to be addressed with the appropriate, legible receiving address, including the zip code, in the middle of the envelope. It will need a return address in the top left corner, also consisting of a valid, legible address including the zip code. A stamp that is the value of the current amount required is needed in the top right corner. Please be sure to correctly seal the envelope on the back to prevent the contents from being lost, this can be done by using a damp sponge to wet the adhesive or by simply licking the adhesive. While hours of operation and regulations vary by state, it is generally the rule that mail pick-up runs Monday - Saturday, rain or shine. The hours will depend on the route in which your delivery person takes, but a good rule of thumb is to have it in the mailbox by 8 am; it could help to put it in the mailbox at night. Make sure the flag is turned up so as to alert the mailman of a need to pick up any materials in the mailbox.
Answer: 18 U.S.C. 1725 states: "Whoever knowingly and willfully deposits any mailable matter such as statements of accounts, circulars, sale bills, or other like matter, on which no postage has been paid, in any letter box established, approved, or accepted by the Postal Service for the receipt or delivery of mail matter on any mail route with intent to avoid payment of lawful postage thereon, shall for each such offense be fined under this title"
"TITLE 18 > PART I > CHAPTER 83 > Sec. 1725" Legal Information Institute
It appears that violation of this provision is an infraction, carrying a fine of not more than $5,000 for an individual, or not more than $10,000 for an organization.
"TITLE 18 > PART II > CHAPTER 227 > SUBCHAPTER A > Sec. 3559" [defining "infraction" in subsection (a)(9)]
"TITLE 18 > PART II > CHAPTER 227 > SUBCHAPTER C > Sec. 3571" [establishing fines for an infraction in subsections (b)(7) and (c)(7)] Legal Information Institute
See also:"Domestic Mail Manual - D041 Customer Mail Receptacles" [especially section 1.3] United States Postal Service