How to determine the NCOA DPV flag layout returned by VeriMove

Products Affected:  Verimove

When running internal CASS in VeriMove, the DPV Flag layout consists of three bytes:

CASS - DPV Flags 3 CASS processing results for DPV Flags. This output field is only available with Internal CASS processing.
 
Byte 1 (DPV)
N — Not a valid delivery point. The USPS cannot deliver mail to this address.
Y - Delivery point validated. Primary range and secondary range (when present) are valid. The USPS can deliver mail to this address.
S — Valid primary range. Secondary range is present but is not confirmed. The USPS can deliver mail to this address.
D — Valid primary range. Secondary range is missing.  The USPS can deliver mail to this address.
 
 
• Byte 2 (CMRA)
Y — The address is a valid Commercial Mail Receiving Agent (CMRA).
N — The address is a confirmed delivery point but is not a valid CMRA.
Blank — This field is blank if the address is not a confirmed delivery point.
 
 
• Byte 3 (False Positive Flag)
Y — The address is not a confirmed delivery point and a positive response is received from the False Positive File
N — The address is not a confirmed delivery point and a negative response is received from the False Positive File.  This field is blank if the address is a confirmed delivery point.
Blank — The False/Positive Table was not queried

 
UPDATED:  November 9, 2017