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Tracking Fedex packages wayback
If you need to find if a Fedex package was sent and received a while back, the tracking information available on the Fedex website is limited. The post here on the Fedex site notes that information will only be available for packages sent and delivered in the past 90 days.
But if you have a PS|Ship account you're in luck. PS|Ship will store data about your Fedex shipments up to at least 15 years ago, and the metadata in the system will indicate if a package was delivered.
Perhaps it's not too far-fetched that data in PS|Ship should be considered as a potential source from which to collect ESI for electronic discovery.