Reseption and sending of letters
Internal and simple letters are sent to correspondence, business documents, pictures, artistic postcards, adverts, printed materials, circuits, and manuscripts. Correspondence, business documents, pictures, accounts, receipts and other documents are sent to international simple and registered letters.
When receiving letters from citizens, the postal worker should recommend that the sender receive money, documents, and securities from the sender, and send money, e-mails, and securities in a valuable letter. When receiving a registered letter, the sender receives a stick code on the receipt which is removed from the computer and is presented with a calendar stamp.
Upon receiving five or more registered letters at the same time, the sender shall prepare a list indicating the serial number, destination, surname of the recipient.
Bringed stamps to accepted emails will be canceled by tapping the calendar stamp.