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ckad79

Member Since 20 Jun 2007
Offline Last Active Jul 30 2014 08:34 PM
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In Topic: Using same Authorize.net account with multiple sites

03 July 2014 - 02:14 AM

Been doing it for a few years now. No problems. Works like a charm and perfectly within authorize.net guidelines. Quite honestly, it is one of the things that has kept us using a.net even though we change credit card processors. We love the flexibility.


Thanks for the feedback.

In Topic: Using same Authorize.net account with multiple sites

02 July 2014 - 11:47 PM

Would love to open this discussion back up? So, let's assume that I have one Authorize.net login and I want to process sales through two sites. Now, setting it up is easy. You just activate the Authoirze.net module on both sites, enter in the same transaction key, user id, etc for both sites. If sales come in through both sites, will this create a flag or issues with the account? That is my concern.

One of my competitors has been doing this for years. He sells a high risk item, that would never get approved for a legit low risk processor. So, instead of paying an inside high risk percentage per each sale, he uses his active merchant account that was setup with his low risk business. He's been taking cards for five years now, no problems at all. Unless there is something else that I am unaware of, the process seems rather straightforward with little risk involved.

In Topic: Responsive Theme: Hide Certain Blocks On Mobile View

15 June 2014 - 02:31 AM

<p>so I created a css class called &quot;hidden-block&quot; and added the following to custom css.</p>
<p> </p>
<div>@media screen and (min-width:768px) {</div>
<div>    .hidden-block {display:none}</div>
<div>}</div>
<div> </div>
<div>Being that an iphone4s screen is like 230px, this should be gone, correct? </div>
<div> </div>

In Topic: Smtp Emails Do Not Send

21 May 2014 - 02:57 PM

Thank you for writing me back. So I've gone into class.phpmailer.php and edited the following:

/////////////////////////////////////////////////
  // PROPERTIES FOR SMTP
  /////////////////////////////////////////////////
  /**
   * Sets the SMTP hosts.  All hosts must be separated by a
   * semicolon.  You can also specify a different port
   * for each host by using this format: [hostname:port]
   * (e.g. "smtp1.example.com:25;smtp2.example.com").
   * Hosts will be tried in order.
   * @var string
   */
  public $Host		  = 'mail.myserver.com:587';
  /**
   * Sets the default SMTP server port.
   * @var int
   */
  public $Port		  = 587;
  /**
   * Sets the SMTP HELO of the message (Default is $Hostname).
   * @var string
   */
  public $Helo		  = '';
  /**
   * Sets connection prefix.
   * Options are "", "ssl" or "tls"
   * @var string
   */
  public $SMTPSecure    = '';
  /**
   * Sets SMTP authentication. Utilizes the Username and Password variables.
   * @var bool
   */
  public $SMTPAuth	  = false;
  /**
   * Sets SMTP username.
   * @var string
   */
  public $Username	  = 'email@myserver.com';
  /**
   * Sets SMTP password.
   * @var string
   */
  public $Password	  = 'password-here-1234';
  /**
   * Sets the SMTP server timeout in seconds.
   * This function will not work with the win32 version.
   * @var int
   */
  public $Timeout	   = 10;
  /**
   * Sets SMTP class debugging on or off.
   * @var bool
   */
  public $SMTPDebug	 = false;
  /**
   * Prevents the SMTP connection from being closed after each mail
   * sending.  If this is set to true then to close the connection
   * requires an explicit call to SmtpClose().
   * @var bool
   */
  public $SMTPKeepAlive = false;
  /**
   * Provides the ability to have the TO field process individual
   * emails, instead of sending to entire TO addresses
   * @var bool
   */
  public $SingleTo	  = false;
   /**
   * If SingleTo is true, this provides the array to hold the email addresses
   * @var bool
   */
  public $SingleToArray = array();
/**
   * Provides the ability to change the line ending
   * @var string
   */
  public $LE			  = "\n";

I've also changed my settings to "via phpmailer" and cleared my cache. I'm not getting emails when I try to send a message through the contact form on the site but it is not arriving in my Inbox. Very strange.

In Topic: Smtp Emails Do Not Send

20 May 2014 - 03:58 PM

Thank you for responding. So, I just accessed that file and this is what I see that could relate to the settings for email:

	 if ($mailer_settings['mailer_send_method'] == 'smtp') {
		    self::$_mailer->IsSMTP();
		    self::$_mailer->SMTPAuth = ($mailer_settings['mailer_smtp_auth'] == 'Y') ? true : false;
		    self::$_mailer->Host = $mailer_settings['mailer_smtp_host'];
		    self::$_mailer->Username = $mailer_settings['mailer_smtp_username'];
		    self::$_mailer->Password = $mailer_settings['mailer_smtp_password'];

Would I put something like the following:

	 if ($mailer_settings['mailer_send_method'] == 'smtp') {
		    self::$_mailer->IsSMTP();
		    self::$_mailer->SMTPAuth = ($mailer_settings[',a'] == 'Y') ? true : false;
		    self::$_mailer->Host = $mailer_settings['mail.myserver.com];
		    self::$_mailer->Username = $mailer_settings['email@myserver.com'];
		    self::$_mailer->Password = $mailer_settings['password-here-1234'];

If so, where does port come into the equation? I don't see the option.