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Re: Modules for PayPal IPN and usage

by blueberryCoffee (Scribe)
on Jan 15, 2005 at 08:44 UTC ( #422481=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Modules for PayPal IPN and usage

It means your email address must be registered with Paypal. The same thing is needed to do a transaction worth more than $500 dollars.

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Re^2: Modules for PayPal IPN and usage
by coldfingertips (Pilgrim) on Jan 15, 2005 at 09:02 UTC
    So all it's really saying is I have to have a PayPal account? That's all it means?

      You have to have more than a PayPal account: you have to confirm your email address. When you set up your account, PayPal sent an email to the address you used. That email contains a link to PayPal. When you access that link, PayPal knows the email got to you and that your email address works. From the PayPal help section: How do I confirm my email address? and Getting Started - Email Confirmation.

      When you view your account in PayPal, it shows you your primary email address. Follow that link and PayPal shows you all of the email addresses you have associated with your account. Unconfirmed addresses have an "(Unconfirmed)" under them. If your address unconfirmed, you can select it and choose the "Confirm" submit button, which sends you the confirmation email that has the link you need.

      brian d foy <>

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