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  1. Last night USPS released an update to revert back to the original response format (no chunk encoding) temporarily to fix the issue for users until a more permanent solution can be reached. Does going back to the no-chunk format break anyone who has implemented this patch?
  2. Beginning May 5, 2013 USPS International Label and Customs APIs will require both a separate first and last name. For details, visit the USPS Web Tools Developers Resource Center and follow the link under Web Tools Updates on the right side of the page: http://j.mp/14lolVx Please contact the USPS Web Tools Team with any questions or concerns at WebTools@usps.gov
  3. USPS is Updating Their APIs Jan. 27th, 2013-Test Servers Available Now. If you use USPS Web Tools APIs, check to see the 2013 API updates to make sure your eCommerce programs are ready for the changes coming January 27th. For more information, click here and select the RTF document titled “January 2013 Web Tools Price Change Release Notes” Pass this along to anyone it may help and please let me know if you have any questions. -Ben