You will need
- receipt or payment receipt emails.
Sent registered mail - registered letters or letters with declared value - is assigned a unique tracking number (special number). It is recorded in the database mail and printed on the receipt or the cheque payment issued to the client. Through this passage of your letter easy to track.
To find a lost letter, go to the post office where you sent it, or any other post item and ask about the fate of your letter. You just need to bring a check which is the mail ID. In his staff email will quickly find your letter, because at every stage of forwarding the mail ID is entered in the unified system of accounting for and control of the Federal state unitary enterprise "Mail of Russia".
Modern computer technology has made searching for information even easier. At the special service of Mail of Russia it is possible to learn the fate of the letter – it is still handed to the addressee or not? To do this, go to the service http://www.russianpost.ru/rp/servise/ru/home/postuslug/trackingpo and enter the mail ID. You enter it without the brackets and spaces.
Note that domestic mail is assigned a 14-digit ID numbers, which records the index of the post office, his office number, receipt number and check number. To track international mail, enter the 13-digit number consisting of 4 letters and 9 digits, printed on the receipt. Enter in capital letters and in Latin alphabet, and the entire number without spaces.
If you want to be sure that important mail won't get lost on the way, make it as registered mail or with declared value. In this case, you should issue a receipt with the identifier. For the service, of course, have to pay a little bit, but you will be much calmer.
With a simple unregistered letters is more complicated. Almost impossible to find them, because the mandrel letters mail is not responsible. And although the probability of loss of the letter in the delivery path is zero, but it can be lost in the mailbox that is outside the area of responsibility of the post office. Registered letter is the same hand with a signature.