[ic] UPS Zones

Bob Puff bob at nleaudio.com
Tue Feb 28 12:10:47 EST 2006

> I would start by replacing the [1] and [2] with 124 in the Next Day Air
> column and 224 in the 2nd Day Air Column, then refer to the world 
> wide rate and zone info for [1]. Wherever there is a '-', that type 
> of service is not available to that zip.
> I have a file that looks similar to this:
> [snip some]
> 962-966,-,-,-,-,-,-
> 967-968,-,-,224,-,-,124
> 969,-,-,224,-,-,124
> 970-994,8,308,208,248,138,108
> 995-999,-,-,224,-,-,124

That makes sense.  But the next question is: how does this work in what is
being distributed with IC??  The file I quoted was from a default 5.2
install... I think!

And how do you handle the exception zip codes?  There are a lot of single zips
that fall into a different zone here.


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