Listed below are the kinds of information you'll need to have on-hand when setting up UPS CampusShip.
Gather pertinent employee data: names, login names you have assigned for UPS CampusShip Users, locations, e-mail addresses, and telephone numbers. Group these employees according to the shipping privileges (for example, user rights) they will need to be most efficient and effective. These groups will form the shipping privilege sets you create later. To learn more about how to create these shipping privilege sets, see the Shipping Privilege Sets section of this guide.
Note: For employees who ship from multiple locations, you can grant Traveling User status when setting privileges.
Account Numbers and Addresses
Gather your company's UPS account numbers, pickup addresses, and shipping locations.
Gather reference numbers that you would like to use to identify each package (for example, client/matter codes, department codes, cost codes, project numbers, etc.). Determine how these reference fields should be labeled, and decide whether the fields require validation. (The package cannot be processed if incorrect information is entered.)
Note: For information (corporate address files, locations, reference number value, and users) being imported rather than typed, the file must have a .csv extension. Import procedures are discussed in File Importing.
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