This results in USPS sending text updates for all future activity on any tracking numbers that the user has submitted previously or may submit in the future.
When used on its own, the keyword in essence sets a preference for all text tracking updates sent to the requesting mobile phone number.
You may elect one of the following Text Tracking Options on the web site: USPS Text Tracking allows the use of a keyword in conjunction with a specific tracking number when sent from a mobile device.
The chart below provides the allowable keywords to be used in conjunction with a specific tracking number and explains the response.
USPS tracking problems can occur when say the tracking number cannot be found, or there is a total outage where has gone offline.
At this time, USPS Text Tracking is available to customers with a United States based phone number using the phone in the United States, or who have a United States based phone number and obtain roaming coverage to use abroad.USPS will stop sending USPS Text Tracking updates to your mobile number between the hours of 11PM CST and 7AM CST.USPS will respond to your quiet time request with "USPS Text Tracking, Quiet Time Enabled". To remove the quiet time preference at any time, even during the standard Quiet Time hours mentioned above, text "Awake" to 28777 (2USPS).Option 2: a user may request Day of Delivery updates on their package, which means that a Text Tracking message will be sent to the user's mobile device when USPS expects to deliver the package that day.Option 3: a user may request Package Delivered updates on their package, which means that a Text Tracking message will be sent to the user's mobile device once the package has been delivered.Note that if you send "STOP" to 2USPS, this stops all active Text Tracking requests for any tracking numbers where you had previously requested Text Tracking.