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Connecting to MyPost Business

How to integrate and send orders to Australia Post's MyPost Business service

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Written by Nathan Huppatz
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The MyPost Business integration is fully automated and seamless. This means you can print PDF labels (for domestic and international orders) and update tracking details from within ReadytoShip without the need for CSV uploads.

Get a MyPost Merchant Token

First, you need to generate a token that will be used to link MyPost with ReadyToShip from your MyPost account here.

Set up a Connection to MyPost Business in ReadytoShip

To set up a connection to MyPost Business, first, log in to ReadyToShip here:

Then go to

Enter your Merchant token and click "Test Connection".

You will then be able to see your added MyPost carrier under Settings โ‡’ Carriers. Clicking on the blue cog icon of the carrier will enable you to configure the settings.

MyPost Settings Configuration

Many of these options are self-explanatory and standard practice for carriers, with specific MyPost notes detailed below.

Payment Settings

There are three payment options - Credit Card, Charge Account and Paypal. Typically you can pay and print with various options within MyPost. If you have a linked credit card in your MyPost account, you can select the automatic payment option here, enabling you to pay and print within our app. If you select Charge to Account in the settings, pay and print is also automatic.

If you pay by PayPal, you will need to select the PayPal (Manual) option. Using Manual/Paypal will mean when at the Pay And Print step, you will have to perform this within your MyPost Business account portal.

Note: We recommend paying for labels in groups, as many multiple small transactions may be flagged by your credit card provider.

Additional Order Options

By default, MyPost will have Signature on Delivery turned off. This is to avoid the $2.95 per order fee. It can still be set and changed per order.

A short video on how to use the integration can be viewed below:

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