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eddie

First thing states: change what's in [square brakets] to fit your needs/info.

In the example: [Judicial district] is after General Post-office in both sender and receiver. What's supposed to go in these brackets?

Are we supposed to list the name as shown: John Doe. Or are we supposed to use the beneficiary name John : Doe? I assume the copyright and living man/woman is supposed to remain as-is?

"RFD is equivalent to ZIP?"

Does it HAVE to go to a post office? I'm in a rural, mountainous area, about 45 minutes from the post office; I can add going to the PO during other scheduled trips, if it's required. Or is this more to make sure it gets sent, as carriers, especially temp rural ones, may reject it as is?

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That is: change things like John  Doe, the sample address.... 

You can certainly hand it to the mailman as well... sometimes they'll take it, sometimes they may give you a hard time... the suggestion is to avoid confrontation with them and ensure it gets sent... However nothing wrong with trying to mail it the way you mail your other prepaid letters if you don't encounter any issues.

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