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Mailhub Memory Card Support


The following memory cards are currently available from for the Mailhub:

1. Message Cards (one message per card).

2. Town Card (if you move to a different postal area).

3. Rate Card (when postal rates change).


How To Load Data Using a Memory Card

The following example illustrates the loading of a slogan. Two additional customised slogans can be added to the eight slogans which are pre-loaded in the meter but these can be replaced with up to ten customised versions.

1. From the supervisor screen select “LOAD FROM MEMORY CARD” and press “OK” to confirm. The screen will show “Insert Card”.

2. Insert the memory card face uppermost into the card reader, on the right hand side of the machine.

3. Press “OK” to confirm. The name of the slogan will be observed. To return to the previous screen press”ESC”.

4. Press “OK” to initiate the downloading operation. On completion of the downloading process the screen will say “LOADING FROM MEMORY CARD. LOADING COMPLETE”.

5. Once all slogan memory locations are full, you will be asked to select a file to replace.


How To Replace Data Using a Memory Card

1. From the supervisor screen select “LOAD FROM MEMORY CARD” and press “OK” to confirm. The screen will show “Insert Card”.

2. Insert the memory card face uppermost into the card reader, on the right hand side of the machine.

3. Press “OK” to confirm and the screen will show a REPLACE FILE screen.

3a. If you do not wish to replace a file, press “ESC” twice to return to the Supervisor screen.

3b. If you wish to replace a file, use the arrow keys, or the appropriate number key to move the cursor to the slogan to be replaced.

4. Now press “OK” to initiate the downloading operation, the following screens will now be observed: “LOADING…” & “ERASING FILE…SLOGAN NAME1”.

5. On completion of the downloading process the screen will be showing: “LOADING FROM MEMORY CARD. LOADING COMPLETE”.

6. To return to the Supervisor screen press “ESC” twice.



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