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  1. Zen Cart News

    by , 09-20-2010 at 02:43 PM (ShipRush Ecommerce and Feature Discussion)
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    Zen Cart is back now. For a long time, almost nothing happened to the Zen Cart system.

    Now there are a lot of updates.

    The ShipRush readme says these versions are supported:

    Zen Cart: v1.3.9.f, v1.3.9.d, v1.3.8a (on PHP v4.x & v5.x)

    But all the 1.3.9 versions seem to be fine.

    An important new feature is that ShipRush works with the Zen Cart "weights of attributes" feature. (This has been ...
  2. Magento Status and Improvements

    by , 09-14-2010 at 09:33 AM (ShipRush Ecommerce and Feature Discussion)
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    Magento has been pretty exciting this summer, mostly because the and Enterprise 1.8 versions were released with serious bugs in the Magento core.

    Now that and Enterprise 1.9 are released, my life is much better!


    • Don't use or Enterprise 1.8 (they just don't work)
    • Magento item "variations" now really work, and the information goes into Order Manager
    • The order status on Shipped orders
  3. Volusion Related Improvements Available

    by , 09-13-2010 at 10:32 AM (ShipRush Ecommerce and Feature Discussion)
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    My.ShipRush now has some improvements to the Volusion integration. Several areas have been improved, including:
    • (ZF Case 23997) In some cases, shipped orders do not get the shipping carrier set properly
    • (ZF Case 23996) Orders marked as Shipped in Volusion sometimes do not come down into Order Manager as Shipped
    • (ZF Case 23993) Payment status not set properly in order manager for credit card payments

    If you experience ...
  4. Your Return Address ZIP Code: Does the Postal Service Care ?

    Let's say you live in the 90210 zip (Beverly Hills, lucky you...), but you bring your parcels to the post office in the 90064 (nearby Los Angeles).

    A postal clerk calls you out, saying that you should use the 90064 zip code to bring parcels to their facility.

    A realistic scenario?

    Yes, actually. We have seen it happen a number of times. Usually in rural areas. Some bloggers have noticed it too.

    For parcel volume, the originating post office ...
  5. Honey, Don't Shrink the Labels. Please!

    Pop Quiz: You sell chocolate bars. Each bar weighs 4 oz, and measures 5" tall x 2.5" wide by 1/3" thick.

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    Naturally, you ship them first class. It costs $1.92 (at today's postage rates) for a 4 oz parcel. But hey, these are organic, hand-picked-by-middle-class-farmer, sustainable, eco-friendly cacao beans. Each bar comes in a hand painted wrapper that is a one-off, unique work of art.

    Suitable for framing.

    This is an ...
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