Postal Rules in xshippingpro

Xshippingpro support following postal rules.
Rule 1:  Numeric Postal Range

Range should be defined by single hyphen (-). For example, 100-200 denotes postal codes 100 to 200. If you need multiple ranges, just separated these by comma(,). For example, 100-200,300-400.

Rule 2:  Prefix-Range  (Prefix hyphen range)

Prefix can be anything. Range should be like Rule 1 that means numeric postal range. Example: KW-10-15 denotes KW10,  KW11, KW12, KW13, KW14 and KW15

 Rule 3:  Prefix-Range-Suffix  (Prefix hyphen Range hyphen suffix)

Prefix and suffix can be anything. Range should be like Rule 1 that means numeric postal range. Example: KW-10-15-EE denotes KW10EE,  KW11EE, KW12EE, KW13EE, KW14EE and KW15EE

Rule 4: Postal codes separated by comma(,).  For example, 1000, AE1111 etc.

Finally, you can use wild cards in the prefix, suffix and single postal codes.

For example, PA2* denotes any postal code starting by PA2.

Again, KW-1-5-* denotes KW1XX, KW2XX, KW5XX and so on. Here XX means anything due to *

Several rules can be mixed together separated by comma. For example: 1200, AE-1-5-*,PA2*

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