UK Royal Mail & Overseas Shipping Methods
Version 2.2.0 - 15 June 2009
Created by Chris Lander from an original contribution
by Stuart Newton (http://addons.oscommerce.com/info/4473).
This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
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This contribution is for UK Stores ONLY. What it will do is add several
shipping zones to your osCommerce store. If your customer is UK based, it will
not show any of the International Shipping Options, and vice versa, if your
customer is International it will not show any UK based shipping methods.
Shipping Methods Added:
(1) Royal Mail First Class Standard Post
(2) Royal Mail First Class Recorded Post
(3) Royal Mail Second Class Standard Post
(4) Royal Mail Second Class Recorded Post
(5) Royal Mail Standard Parcels
(6) Royal Mail Airmail
(7) Royal Mail International Signed for
(8) Royal Mail Airsure
(9) Royal Mail Surface
(10) Parcelforce 48
(11) Citylink Next Day
All the Royal Mail methods along with the Parcelforce 48 method allow you to:-
Set minimum and maximum delivery weights.
Set minimum and maximum delivery values.
Split shipments based on maximum delivery weight, maximum delivery value, or
both, in combination with the built in osCommerce shipment splitting.
Shipping methods wich have insurance options now allow you to set different
charges for different compensation levels.
+ Added RM Airsure method
+ Added RM Surface method
* Corrected logic in rmairsure so that zones are identified correctly.