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Royal mail postage in vb.net app

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I was wondering if someone could help. I am working on a shipping application that prints shipping labels with the customers address information on and we would also like the royal mail postage to be generated and printed on the label at the same time.
If you have any advise on how to print the postage onto the label as part of the application. I don't know if there is a royal mail component that I can use?
Any help would be appreciated.
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