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For some reason my First Class Mail International option is not displaying. I have it check in Admin---Modules---Shipping

 

This is what displays. The items do not weigh over 4 pounds so the First Class Mail should display

Priority Mail International Flat-Rate Envelope $11.95

Priority Mail International $19.00

Priority Mail International Flat-Rate Box $25.95

Express Mail International (EMS) $25.95

 

I checked my arrays and they include First Class Mail International

$this->intl_types = array('GLOBAL EXPRESS' => 'Global Express Guaranteed',

'GLOBAL EXPRESS NON-DOC RECT' => 'Global Express Guaranteed Non-Document Rectangular',

'GLOBAL EXPRESS NON-DOC NON-RECT' => 'Global Express Guaranteed Non-Document Non-Rectangular',

'EXPRESS MAIL INT' => 'Express Mail International (EMS)',

'EXPRESS MAIL INT FLAT RATE ENV' => 'Express Mail International (EMS) Flat-Rate Envelope',

'PRIORITY MAIL INT' => 'Priority Mail International',

'PRIORITY MAIL INT FLAT RATE ENV' => 'Priority Mail International Flat-Rate Envelope',

'PRIORITY MAIL INT FLAT RATE BOX' => 'Priority Mail International ' . $this->PriorityFlatRateBoxType,

'FIRST CLASS MAIL INT' => 'First Class Mail International Package' . $this->FirstClassIntType);

 

Does any one have some insight here?

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For some reason my First Class Mail International option is not displaying. I have it check in Admin---Modules---Shipping

 

This is what displays. The items do not weigh over 4 pounds so the First Class Mail should display

Priority Mail International Flat-Rate Envelope $11.95

Priority Mail International $19.00

Priority Mail International Flat-Rate Box $25.95

Express Mail International (EMS) $25.95

 

I checked my arrays and they include First Class Mail International

$this->intl_types = array('GLOBAL EXPRESS' => 'Global Express Guaranteed',

'GLOBAL EXPRESS NON-DOC RECT' => 'Global Express Guaranteed Non-Document Rectangular',

'GLOBAL EXPRESS NON-DOC NON-RECT' => 'Global Express Guaranteed Non-Document Non-Rectangular',

'EXPRESS MAIL INT' => 'Express Mail International (EMS)',

'EXPRESS MAIL INT FLAT RATE ENV' => 'Express Mail International (EMS) Flat-Rate Envelope',

'PRIORITY MAIL INT' => 'Priority Mail International',

'PRIORITY MAIL INT FLAT RATE ENV' => 'Priority Mail International Flat-Rate Envelope',

'PRIORITY MAIL INT FLAT RATE BOX' => 'Priority Mail International ' . $this->PriorityFlatRateBoxType,

'FIRST CLASS MAIL INT' => 'First Class Mail International Package' . $this->FirstClassIntType);

 

Does any one have some insight here?

 

 

Hey guys still looking for some help some has to have first class mail international running.

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Hey guys still looking for some help some has to have first class mail international running.

Funny I have the opposite problem, I am trying to get rid of some of the options. Sorry I cannot help. :(

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Change line 64 in includes/modules/shipping/USPS.php

 

From 'FIRST-CLASS MAIL INT' => 'First-Class Mail International');

 

To 'FIRST-CLASS MAIL INT' => 'First Class Mail International Large Envelope');

 

 

In the future, use the following code to troubleshoot (Change email address to your current email address and remove // at beginning of line) around line 286

 

 

 

if ($http->Get('/' . $api_dll . '?' . $request)) $body = $http->getBody();

 

// USPS Test Response Email BOA

 

// mail('email@myurl.com','USPS rate quote response',$body,'From: <USPS Methods Test eMail>');

 

 

// USPS Test Response Email EOA

 

if ($transit && is_array($transreq) && ($order->delivery['country']['id'] == STORE_COUNTRY)) {

while (list($key, $value) = each($transreq)) {

if ($http->Get('/' . $api_dll . '?' . $value)) $transresp[$key] = $http->getBody();

}

}

 

 

Best regards,

OJP

www.Nventa.com

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