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I'm working on a new website using osCommerce. It's for a specialty publisher, and when a new book is added, there are a group of customers (identified by a customer discount > 0) which automatically are shipped a copy of the book. I would like to know if there are any add-ons which would run a set of invoices for these customers when a new product is added (and hopefully create the appropriate shipping labels. They're all billed manually, so there would be no billing interface needed. 

 

Is this an add-on (or similar to an add-on) that currently exists? 

 

Thanks

Jeff 

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The closest is an addon that allows the shopowner to create a manual order.  However, that would get tedious quickly, especially if you have more than a couple of customers who need the freebie.

 

If there is no such addon (I have never seen one) that can create multi orders at time of product adding, post at the commercial area with details of need and budget => http://forums.oscommerce.com/tracker/project-6-commercial-support-enquiries/


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wouldn't you want to bulk sent the latest new products as one package ?

i would think you would create orders for products not yet received/ordered in one package every x days ...


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