Enter the merchant number you received from ePay. Find it via the menu Settings -> Payment system in your ePay administration.
Enable this to process your payments from TYPO3. You can capture, delete, and credit payments from the order view in TYPO3.
You can divide payments into different groups and limit your ePay users’ access to specific groups. A group is a name/string. If you don’t want to use groups, simply leave the field empty (default).
Put at Show to display an email field on the payment page.
Put at Show to display a name field on the payment page.
Put at Show to display an address field on the payment page.
Put at Show to display a country field on the payment page.
Put at Show to display a phone field on the payment page.
Put at Show to display a comment field on the payment page.
URL containing terms
Enter the URL which contains your terms and conditions.
Require accept terms
Put at Yes if the customer must accept your terms to complete the payment.
Define which currencies you accept.
Available payment methods
Define which logos to display at checkout.
Enter your company name.
Enter the email address from which the payment confirmation is sent.
E-mail payment confirmation
Enter the recipient email address(es) of the payment confirmation.
Customer pays the payment fee
Enable this to place the transaction fee on the customer. An extra step is added to the payment process, and the customer is informed about the size of the fee and asked to confirm it.
Enable this to capture the payment as soon as it is authorised. Please note that you can only use this setting if the customers receive their goods immediately, e.g. downloads or services.
If you’ve enabled MD5 in ePay, enter your secret key here (the same key you entered in your ePay administration in Settings -> Payment system). The keys must be identical in the two systems.
Enter an email address here to receive an email when a payment is completed. If you have more recipients, separate the addresses with a semicolon (;). Leave the field empty if you don’t want to use this service.
Enable this to process all payments as split payments. This means that you can divide a payment into two or more transactions and capture smaller parts of the amount one at a time, e.g. if you split the delivery into several shipments. Read more about split payments here.