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|1.||Go to the FedEx Login page, and click Sign Up Now!|
Complete the steps to register with FedEx and to open a business account. You will receive your FedEx account number after you enter your contact information, agree to the terms, and provide your credit card number.
|2.||On the FedEx Web Services page. complete the steps for companies with internal applications:|
- Read the documentation.
- Receive your testing credentials and test the integration.
- Complete the certification process.
- Receive your production credentials, and move to production.
Make sure to write down your credentials so you can refer to them as needed for the Magento configuration.
|1.||On the Admin menu, select System > Configurations. Then in the Configuration panel on the left, under Sales, select Shipping Methods.|
|2.||Click to expand the FedEx section, and do the following:|
|a.||To activate the FedEx shipping method, set Enabled for Checkout to "Yes."|
|b.||Set Enabled for RMA to "Yes" or "No" depending on whether or not you want to use this shipping method for returns.|
|c.||Enter an appropriate Title to identify this shipping method during checkout.|
|d.||Enter the following information from your FedEx account:|
- Account ID
- Meter Number
|e.||If you have set up a FedEx sandbox and want to work in the testing environment, set Sandbox Mode to "Yes."|
Remember to set Sandbox Mode to "No" when you are ready to offer FedEx as a shipping method to your customers.
|1.||Select the Packages Request Type.|
|2.||Select the type of Packaging typically used to ship products from your store. Options include:|
- FedEx Envelope
- FedEx Pak
- FedEx Box
- FedEx Tube
- FedEx 10kg Box
- FedEx 25kg Box
- Your Packaging
|3.||Set Dropoff to the pick-up method that will be used for delivery. Options include:|
If you have a high volume of shipments, it can be cost effective to make arrangements with FedEx for regular pickups.
You must call and request a FedEx courier to pick-up shipments.
You must drop off shipments at your nearby FedEx drop box.
Business Service Center
You must drop off shipments at your local FedEx business service center.
You must drop off shipments at your local FedEx station.
|4.||Enter the Maximum Package Weight allowed for FedEx shipments. The default FedEx maximum weight is 150 lbs. Please consult your shipping carrier for more information. We recommend using the default value, unless you have made special arrangements with FedEx.|
FedEx now uses dimensional weight to determine some shipping rates.
|5.||An optional handling fee can be added to the amount charged by FedEx, which is not t visible during checkout. If you want to charge a handling fee, do the following:|
|a.||Set Calculate Handling Fee to one of the following:|
- Fixed Fee
|b.||In the Handling Applied list, choose one of the following methods for managing handling fees:|
- Per Order
- Per Package
|c.||Enter the Handling Fee as either a fixed amount or percentage, depending on the method of calculation.|
|6.||Set Residential Delivery to one of the following, depending on whether you sell Business-to-Consumer (B2CBusiness to Consumer: Business transactions between a business entity and a consumer.) or Business-to-Business (B2BBusiness to Business: A type of business transaction between two business entities that are not the final consumers of the goods or services.).|
For B2C residential deliveries.
For B2B residential deliveries.
|1.||Set Allowed Methods to each method of shipment that you want to offer. When choosing methods, take into consideration your FedEx account, the frequency and size of your shipments, and if you allow international shipments. You can offer as many or as few methods as you want.|
|2.||To set up free shipping through FedEx, do the following:|
|a.||Set Free Method to any shipping method that you want to offer your customers at no charge. You may also select None. This is similar to Free Shipping, however it is listed in the FedEx section, so customers will know exactly which method is being used for their order.|
|b.||The Free Shipping with Minimum Order Amount option allows you to offer free FedEx shipping for orders that meet a minimum amount.|
Lets you set the minimum amount for orders to qualify for free shipping.If an order does not meet the minimum amount, FedEx Free Shipping will still appear as an option,however it will be set to an amount determined by FedEx.
Does not let you set a minimum amount for orders to qualify for free shipping.
|c.||If you choose "Enable," enter the minimum order amount in the Minimum Order Amount for Free Shipping.|
|d.||The Displayed Error Message text box is preset with a default message. You can leave this as is or edit as needed.|
|e.||Set Ship to Applicable Countries to one of the following:|
All Allowed Countries
Customers from all countries specified in your store configuration can use this shipping method.
After choosing this option, the Ship to Specific Countries list appears. Select each country in the list where this shipping method can be used.
|f.||Set Debug to "Yes" or "No."|
|g.||Set Show Method if Not Applicable to one of the following:|
To list all UPS shipping methods to customers, regardless of their availability.
To list only the methods which are available to customers.
|h.||Enter a Sort Order numeric value to determine the sequence in which UPS appears when listed with other shipping methods during checkout. The number with the highest priority is 0, which puts it at the top of the list.|
|3.||When the configuration is complete, click the Save Config button.|