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How do I setup Authorize.net ailent post URL?

Added: 06/01/2016   |   Updated: 3 Years Ago

Question   How do I setup Authorize.net ailent post URL?



Answer    The images below show the steps for setting up a silent post url in the authorize.net account. This is needed for recurring payments if you need commissions to be tracked or if you need it to show recurring billing history.





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In order for a member to be able to setup a 3rd party autoresponder the feature needs to be turned on under advanced features.  By default this is turned on when a system is first installed.  This setting is found in the Email tab and is titled "Allow 3rd Party Autoresponder".

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If a member is able to edit a capture page then there also is an option while editing the page to setup a specific 3rd party autoresponder for that page.  There are 2 different places that this option might exist depending on if the form of the page is editable or not.
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Editable Form - Newer pages created using the page wizard have an editable form.  Also, our templates now have editable forms so newly purchased templates will have this feature.  To edit the 3rd party autoresponder either double click on the form or click on the edit icon that appears when you hover over the form.  After doing this buttons will appear.  Click on the button titled "Form Settings".  Then a section on the right side will appear which at the bottom of the section has the option for setting the 3rd part autoresponder.

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