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  1. We are creating a plugin to support Australia Post eparcel. This will be packaged up and made into a contribution if there is enough interest, input and beta testers. Who can use eParcel? eParcel is available to any customer who enters an agreement with Australia Post to despatch at least 1,000 parcels each year. It is suitable for smaller customers sending 1,000 per year up to larger companies who send over 100,000 per year. http://auspost.com.au/business/eparcel.html The important point is that you need to enter an agreement with Austrlia Post before you can use the eParcel system. So far, we have: Page to enter and edit customer information to go on to the label; Page to create a PDF file of the label ready to print (fully formatted and including barcode) Create formatted xml manifest for upload to Australia Post (either via web upload or SFTP) Create hardcopy manifest PDF for printing All database entries, pages to review (and edit if necessary) labels printed and still to print, prepare manifest page and review/resend/reprint manifests. The labels and manifests have already been approved by Australia Post for use in their systems. Still to do: Integrate Delivery Choices services (http://auspost.com.au/business/delivery-choices.html). Setup front end to connect with Australia Post API (there are already contributions for this?) Reply here if interested.
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