[ic] 2007 UPS Rates will not be available on the web in ASCII
liam.randall at gmail.com
Fri Feb 16 11:29:24 EST 2007
For what it is worth- I am from Louisville (where UPS has a couple of their
programming groups) and have a lot of friends over in the IT group (which is
huge). I have forwarded it over to them asking them to please look into
this issue from the inside. Hopefully they can resolve this problem
I will also forward any information back to the list.
On 2/16/07, Jon Jensen <jon at endpoint.com> wrote:
> On Fri, 16 Feb 2007, Norton, Gary wrote:
> > The 2007 UPS Rates were published on January 24, 2007 in PDF format, but
> > were not made available on the web in ASCII format as they have been in
> > the past.
> > I had assumed the webmaster or someone had not gotten around to it yet,
> > but out of frustration I finally decided to call. It seems that the
> > rates will no longer be published on the internet in ASCII. The person I
> > spoke with didn't know why, but did send them to me in XLS format.
> > I have placed the files on our website for you to download for the
> > interim, but would encourage you to call and place a request that they
> > be restored to the website.
> > You can reach UPS Internet Technical Support at: 1-877-289-6418
> > The files in XLS format are available at:
> > http://www.odindev.com/ups2007/07AllRates.zip
> That's a pain that UPS has done that. Thanks for calling them and sharing
> the info. If we voice our complaints, maybe they'll bring back the ASCII
> versions, or at least post the Excel versions they gave you.
> Jon Jensen
> End Point Corporation
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