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I've got the UPS XML module installed, put in the Auth. code, username, password, and selected the necessary options. Then I went ahead and assigned real weights to all of the products.


So, it works great... I think? It gives lots of options and prices for each. The prices and expected delivery dates all seem to be correct.


My client (the website owner) seems to think that it's supposed to integrate with his UPS account... so that when somebody places an order, a shipping label is automatically created for them at UPS.com. We've tested this quite a bit, and I've putzed around in his online UPS account, but don't see any notice that it recoginzes a shopping cart somewhere is working with their ups.com account.



What, exactly, is this module supposed to do? Just spit out accurate quotes on shipping? Does it somehow integrate with your UPS.com account? If so... are there instructions for setting up that part?



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