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How to tell MailStream Plus to put 'mixed-level' and/or 'ADC/AADC' trays/sacks/bundles (as permitted) onto SCF or NDC/ASF pallets

Products affected:  MailStream Plus 8.3.3 and later
 
The USPS allows mailers the option of putting mixed-level trays/sacks/bundles and or ADC/AADC trays onto SCF and ASF/NDC pallets for some type of mailings, for example Standard Mail pallets. 

For example, the Domestic Mail Manual (DMM) section 705 8.10.3 is for the most-common type of Standard mail.

705 8.10.3 part e says for SCF pallets-
"Mailers may, at their option, place AADC trays on SCF pallets when the tray's “label to” 3-digit ZIP Code (from L801) is within that SCF's service area.  Mailers may also, at their option, place mixed ADC or mixed AADC trays, labeled per L010, on an SCF pallet entered at the SCF facility responsible for the processing of mixed ADC or mixed AADC trays for that NDC/ASF facility."
To put ADC/AADC trays onto SCF pallets use ALG PL position 56=Y.
To put mixed-level containers onto SCF pallets,use ALG PL position 48=Y

Part f says for ASF pallets says-
"At the mailer’s option, appropriate mixed ADC bundles and sacks of flats; and mixed ADC and mixed AADC trays of letters, may be sorted to ASF pallets according to the “label to” ZIP Code in L010. All mixed ADC bundles, sacks, and trays and mixed AADC trays must contain only pieces destinating within the ASF as shown in L602."

Part g says for NDC pallets says-
"At the mailer’s option, appropriate mixed ADC bundles and sacks of flats; and mixed ADC trays and mixed AADC trays of letters, may be sorted to NDC pallets according to the “label to” ZIP Code in L010. All mixed ADC bundles, sacks, and trays and mixed AADC trays must contain only pieces destinating within the NDC as shown in L601"
For putting mixed-level trays/sacks/bundles on ASF and NDC pallets, use ALG PL position 34=Y.

(The DMM references above are as-of March 2017.)
UPDATED:  November 21, 2018