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Such mail is treated as undeliverable only when the address is incorrect or incomplete or when the mail cannot be delivered for another reason related solely to the address (e.g., a vacant building).
Exceptional Addressing is ideal for mailers who have a well defined trade area and who do not want their pieces to be forwarded outside these boundaries.
NCOALink 18 and NCOA provide the following benefits to mailers: Occupant / Exceptional Address Another option afforded to mailers is the use of an Occupant or Exceptional Address.
The Occupant Address format may be used to address mail without using the addressee's name: Example: Current Resident 10 Elm St Anytown NY 12345-6789 The Exceptional Address format includes the addressee's name and an exception: Example: John Doe Or Current Resident 10 Elm St Anytown NY 12345-6789 Mail with an Occupant or an Exceptional Address format is delivered as addressed and is not forwarded.