Oh, thanks, CM2DD, you were ahead of me already.
Just one note: Nothing related to 'franked' in this sense should be added without marking it BE; the AE equivalent is 'metered,' that is, having a stamp from a postage machine used to process large quantities of mail (usually in businesses), either an ink mark made or an adhesive sticker applied.
I had a long New Entry thread entitled 'metered mail [AE], franked mail [BE] - freigestempelte Sendungen,' but I don't know if this link to it will work:https://dict.leo.org/cgi-bin/dict/forum.cgi?a...OT: What's the code for the cgi script that converts the old date format into the new ID-number format? I could build a functional link myself if I could remember the syntax.
The thread seems to have disappeared from the archive, though it's still available in a Google cache
. I don't know if that means that Doris has already been through it and added some of the many suggestions in it, or if it's just one more of the many missing old threads.
There are also other previous related discussions, e.g.,Siehe auch: FrankierenSiehe auch: metered - maschinenfrankiert
*f5* Hi, Norbert, great minds ... (-; On a limited AE use, see my comment about members of Congress in the first thread above, if you can get to it.