You can now link your Royal Mail account to Easyship provided you have approved Royal Mail credentials for your account.
This integration is currently only available for customers on our Plus and Premier plans:
If you wish to access this feature, you can upgrade easily from within the Dashboard.
Steps to Link:
To ensure that you have the correct credentials and that they have been approved by Royal Mail for development use, please follow the below steps:
1. Go to COURIERS and select Royal Mail as above.
You then need to add all of your Royal Mail account information including your Royal Mail Account Number, your Online Business Account Email, and the Posting Location.
It is essential that you provide the correct information for your Online Business Account (OBA) for your account to be integrated successfully.
If you are not signed up to an OBA then you first need to register before Royal Mail can process the OBA Access code request. You can register for an OBA at https://www.royalmail.com/enquire-register-oba
or you can call 03457 950 950 to speak to the Royal Mail OBA team directly.
For Easyship to process the link, we require the username email address to provide to Royal Mail. If you are unsure whether you have the correct details, please attempt to log into the page displayed below to make sure; URL [Register for Online Business Account (OBA) | Royal Mail Group Ltd| https://www.royalmail.com/discounts-payment/credit-account/online-business-account
Once completed you will receive this message:
As stated the verification process can take between 2-3 business days.
2. Once completed, you can access your account and decide your Settings.
As stated, we recommend that you review the available services with your Account Manager and set up Shipping Rules to exclude services you do not have access to or require.
3. Once completed, you should be ready to ship via the Royal Mail Services you require:
NOTE: Royal Mail services on Easyship will not reflect the discounted rates associated with your account. The rates shown will be standard rates. To review the actual cost of your labels, you will need to refer to your Royal Mail invoice.