Guess I need to do some research regarding postal laws regarding mail boxes. We have door hanger bags we use for service advice, flyers etc. We distributed a Memorial Day special flyer along a rural road. We are vary careful not to ever put anything in the mail box. Usually we hang them from the flag or a hook on the mail box post. Some people put hooks special for the rural paper which comes in a bag much like ours. When I got home I had 4 messages. 3 new annual contracts, 1 yard install, and a complaint. The gentleman who didn't leave hsi name, number or address advises it is illegal to hang a flyer from any part of the mail box or post. He promised to call the post office in the morning so tehy can deal with me. The only way he will not report me to the post offoce is if I come back and remove the flyers. I looked on my caller ID and compared the date and time stamp from my answering machine and sure enough I received a cellular call at the same time. I called the cell phone cause I want to try and smooth things out...reputation is important when you work in small towns. The greating on his voice mail anounces him name and his LCO! So does anyone know if hanging items from the mail box - not in the mail box - is illegal as he suggests or possibly it's just sower grapes from me cutting into his turf?