AusPos
AusPos
2.2

3.8

AusPos free download for Mac

AusPos

2.2
08 May 2007

Database of all Australian postcodes and suburbs.

Overview

AusPos is a small freeware program that helps anyone who needs to check post codes to suburbs or the other way around. Simply enter a few characters of the Suburb or postcode and it brings up all close matches of your search. In short it's Australian Post Code and Suburb Database. But it can also be used to calculate the postage cost between 2 postcodes within Australia.

What's new in AusPos

Version 2.2:
  • Calculating the cost of a parcel from one postcode to another within Australia bug fixed.
  • Calculating the cost of a letter from one postcode to another within Australia bug fixed.
  • Is now universal build

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2 AusPos Reviews

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Anonymous
17 August 2005

Most helpful

Shows potential, but vital flaw: for example, the very first entry, 'Australian National University', has a postcode of '0200' - but if I search for '0200', it returns no result (after a while). All Australian postcodes are 4-digit, yet all entries with a zero as a first digit are truncated. Once fixed, this software could be useful. Inaccuracies like this, though, make it of dubious value.
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Version 1.0
Kobalt
07 August 2006
nice app, but it still won't find 0200 ... however it does find 200 (AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL UNIVERSITY . ACT), although it shows 30 other suburbs at the same time here's my wish list for this app ... i'd like to see a resize corner in the bottom right of the results window, so i can expand that window to show all the listings at once (sure, you could ask how many listing will there ever be for any one particular postcode, but let's say i'm looking for '200' or '2250') ... the other thing i'd like to see is a pref pane which allows me to turn off the app's keen interest in connecting to the net every time i look up a post code ... and an option to check for updates manually ... meanwhile, my thanks to the dev for making it available in the first place :)
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Version 2.0
2 answer(s)
Blue-Pixel-Software
Blue-Pixel-Software
07 August 2006
"won't find 0200" The database comes from Australian Post so if it is not in their database it wont find it. And i just searched the Australian Post database on their website and it came up with the same results as our program. "pref pane" There are 2 programs that are installed... AusPos and AusPos Quick Menu. AusPos contains the prefs window to turn off the version checker. Or when the Msg Box comes up say a new version is available click disable. And you can manually check for updates in the menu of the AusPos program. You see the program AusPos is the main one and the one named AusPos Quick Menu is just an extra. Thanks for your comments and i have noted them down for the next release which will also contain a postage calculator.
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Version 2.0
Kobalt
Kobalt
14 August 2006
oops! i didn't realise there were two apps involved here, but after some investigation must say that i am unlikely to use anything else than the easily accessible 'quick menu' version ... in fact, i'm a little puzzled about why there are two apps and what could be the difference between the two, apart from the appearance ... oh, and the resizeable window and prefs menu option, of course :)
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Version 2.0
Anonymous
17 August 2005
Shows potential, but vital flaw: for example, the very first entry, 'Australian National University', has a postcode of '0200' - but if I search for '0200', it returns no result (after a while). All Australian postcodes are 4-digit, yet all entries with a zero as a first digit are truncated. Once fixed, this software could be useful. Inaccuracies like this, though, make it of dubious value.
Like
Version 1.0