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I've got a Pitney Bowes postage system right now that I am itching to replace but am struggling to find a replacement printer.  All the printers that I am finding that talk about printing postage are all either label printers or traditional printers.

What I am looking for something that functions similar to what I am currently leasing from Pitney Bowes.  It is an inkjet printer that has you slide the envelope under the printhead; when it senses the envelope, it grabs the envelope and feeds it under the printhead, printing the postage in the upper right corner of the envelope.

The advantages are:  
   1) no label to pull off and place on the envelope (labels are fine for 5 or 10 envelopes, but a major hassle when doing 100+ envelopes),
   2) you are able to print directly to the label even when there is something in the envelope; the normal user at my office will prepare their mailings (stuffing the checks, letters, etc.) and seal the envelope at their desk, then take the stack of envelopes to the postage printer.  with traditional printers, they can only print directly to the envelope if it is empty.

Anyone have a suggestion for me?  In case you are interested, here is the link to my current printer.

http://www.pitneyworks.com/meter/indexNT.cfm?ml=W0908K0000Q57A&mktpgm=DAAAARA0SC

Thanks,
Sheldon

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