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What is an exception?
If you receive a message that your shipment has experienced an exception, then check the Shipment or Package Progress section for details about changes in delivery schedule. An exception occurs when a package or shipment encounters an unforeseen event, which could result in a change to the expected delivery day. Examples of exception include: address unknown, damage to shipment, or signature not received.

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