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Hello everyone,

 

I am sure this has been posted many times but unfortunately I cannot find other topics on this. I need a module that calculates the shipping price based on the persons location and gives them a bunch of options ad prices. (FedEx, UPS, Canada Post, ect.)

 

All help would be appreciated.

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In oscommerce admin if you go into Modules>> Shipping you will find options like USPS, Fedex etc.

 

You need to create account for these shipping.Add those details to your admin and get your shipping module activated.

 

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In oscommerce admin if you go into Modules>> Shipping you will find options like USPS, Fedex etc.

 

You need to create account for these shipping.Add those details to your admin and get your shipping module activated.

 

Satish

 

 

Hi Satih

 

I'd installed USPS from osc 2.2 but still it's not working, giving me error like

 

if you want USPS shipping charges then contact your store owner.

 

I have told my client to create account and give me detail which they got from USPS, they did it.

 

but still error is coming,

 

I told him to call on USPS number for activate account and turn test to production but again they sent me same detail without any clarification.

 

what should i do for activate USPS shipping charget?

 

Is there any other way to know my USPS account is activated or not?

 

Thanks in advance..


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Vishal,

 

 

You need to configure the USPS module to offer the EXACT same services that you signed up for with USPS. So, if you signed up for priority, next day air and parcel post, then your module must only have those chosen as options to offer your customers.

 

 

 

Chris


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Vishal,

 

 

You need to configure the USPS module to offer the EXACT same services that you signed up for with USPS. So, if you signed up for priority, next day air and parcel post, then your module must only have those chosen as options to offer your customers.

 

 

 

Chris

 

 

Hi Chris

 

Many thanks for your reply

 

here is my site link

 

http://nts-info.com/PrimeServices/

 

you can purchase for testing and you can see for USPS and UPS shipping charges

 

 

I don't know for which services my client signed up.

 

he sent me just username and password for usps account and told me to configure.

 

i have configure it in oscommerce 2.2rc.

 

But still it gives me error like.....

if you want usps shipping charges then contact your store owner.

 

I told my client to call on usps number and tell them to switch its account from test to production (i have read it in one of the posts)

 

here is link

http://forums.oscomm...ic/263492-usps/

 

how can know my client called up or not?

module is still not working?

 

Any other specific requirement to install module?

 

should i uninstall and install againg?

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You said "In oscommerce admin if you go into Modules>> Shipping you will find options like USPS, Fedex etc." I only have a couple of modules and non for Fed Ex.

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