I had a worked behind the counter inform me once, when I was mailing a
heavy box of transcriptions, that they might be X-rayed. For once I had
no objections to X-rays. It would make sense to use this technology, in
that the time saved by not having to open/repack cartons would allow
more inspections to occur.
Robert Hodge wrote:
> I've had a few reopened , but only one that was sloppily repacked. The
> bells seem to go off when the inspector believes the sender is trying to
> pull a fast one. Nothing implied here.
> There has been a continuing conterversy about what constitutes "
> Media". Some postal workers do not consider piano rolls and music box
> discs acceptable as" media". I would !
> Bob Hodge
>>>> [log in to unmask] 6/7/2007 11:26 PM >>>
> Has anyone had any incidents involving the opening of media mail
> containing 78s by the post office? Any where they were badly repacked
> by them?
> I've not had the experience but am trying to track down a rumor.
> Steve Smolian