To keep up with the modernization of Home assistant this old card is no longer supported. The most recent revisions of the component and card can be found in the following repositories and discuss in the thread below.
Hello Everyone, In the wake of the official USPS and FedEx components breaking I wanted to share what I have pulled together from other users work to get that information back into Home Assistant and Notifications. It’s not perfect but it’s better than no information at all. Before the flamers get started about it not being Lovelace UI, yes I’ve seen those unhelpful replies in other threads, I have a lot to learn before I can hack together a Lovelace custom card. Also, I don’t know enough about python to contribute to fixing the broken components. Thanks to @Bram_Kragten (Template based on the custom weather card), @skalavala @Vasiley @arychj (Python email check base code), and @happyleaves (Packages and Macro examples). These people are the ones that did the heavy lifting in their own projects. Basically the python script scans an email account for emails from USPS, USPS Informed Delivery, and FedEx containing the delivery alerts. I can only take credit for added the FedEx part which was really just copying and pasting existing code and getting the subject lines from FedEx. It runs periodically and feeds the counts and a stitched gif of the USPS Informed Delivery images to Home Assistant. The front end contains a custom card to pull all the services information together along with the gif. The notification sends the summary and gif when mail pieces or package count increases. So far the UPS component is still going strong. What doesn’t work is the updating of the image in the front end. Currently, the browser needs a cache flush to grab the new version. Notifications send the new image as expected. You can find all the necessary files, code, and instructions in the GitHub repository