Changing Your LiteBlue / PostalEase Password

Changing Your PostalEase Password

PostalEaseBy now, you will almost certainly have received your new LiteBlue / PostalEase password and have thought about visiting ssp.usps.gov to make the change (ssp www.usps.gov).

The letter you have received contains a temporary password in the upper right hand corner of the letter.  You may have to search for the password as it is not clearly identified, but it is there if you look.

To effect the change, you will need to visit https://ssp.usps.gov/ssp-web/login.xhtml.  As you go to the website you will need to enter your LiteBlue (employee) ID and the temporary LiteBlue password.

Once you are logged in, you will need to set up and then save your new LiteBlue password.  Please remember, however, that LiteBlue / PostalEase will be accepting your new (ssp www.usps.gov) passwords after April 28th, 2014.

 

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