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An error occurred while saving the commentDiana Axell The Blue Deal LLC commented
I would go further and recommend more options in printer and print media selection in general.
One of our most popular products are bumper stickers that we ship in 4-1/2" x 12" envelopes. My understanding of postal regulations is that on large envelopes and flats the mailing address should be parallel to the longest edge, and therefore the 4x6 label won't work. We use Stamps.com to print a 3-part label with our Dymo LabelWriter 330 for these mail pieces.
One of the advantages of Stamps.com is the ability to select the printer when postage is created. I can print either 4x6 labels with my Zebra for packages, or 3-part labels with my Dymo for envelopes and flats.
Our current workaround is to use Stamps.com for our envelopes and then manually mark the order as shipped in ShipStation. Because about 50% of our shipments are envelopes and flats, this solution reduces the efficiency and advantage of using a program like ShipStation.
One other suggestion: Add the preferred printer information to the custom mapping for each shipping method.