Gift certificates/vouchers/cards. Allows customer to purchase and either use or give unique codes to shop.760 votes
Ability to set a tax-inclusive rate, so a product with price=50 and an inclusive tax of 10% would actually display a tax line item of $5 on the cart/receipt. When voting, please provide feedback (including the country you need it for) on this request if you do vote for it.
There's a workaround here: http://bit.ly/ce00cA
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We do plan on improving our systems to handle this. Unfortunately, we don’t have a timeframe, but it is high up on the request list.
UPDATE 2014-12-10: We are aware of the changes to the EU VAT coming in 2015, and this feature is definitely planned. Thanks everybody for chiming in.
UPDATE 2014-01-26: A user has made a working customization using Twig to change the cart display to get a VAT style cart and checkout working. Email us if you’d like that.
Ability to give clients separate login and permissions to certain areas of FC admin. In our case this means giving our clients access to manage products and reports while keeping them out of other details of store setup. This would go nicely with a white-labeled admin.119 votes
This functionality is planned, but we don’t yet have an eta for it.
XML datafeed of errors (to compliment the existing Transaction XML datafeed)42 votes
Address validation / verification is a planned feature (using the shipping carrier's service, using our tax rate service, and/or using a separate service). Please vote here so we can track the popularity of this request.6 votes
While we can configure SPF this can cause problems when you hit max SPF lookups (which is easy to do when using lots of third party systems).
In addition it still means we authorise Foxycart to send any email on our behalf.
Preferred would be the ability to specify our own SMTP servers for outgoing email. We then have full control over SPF, DKIM and DMARC settings.0 votes
This is planned. DMARC becoming more widely used is certainly problematic for many users. We don’t have a timeframe on it, but it’s definitely being discussed internally, and we’ve got an Enterprise Plan user who needs it as well.
UPDATE 2017-05-09: We have this in QA, and are working to improve our handling of situations where the SMTP connection fails.
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