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How to extract the emails from my paypal?

Discussion in 'Ebay' started by johncena69, Dec 27, 2015.

  1. johncena69

    johncena69 Regular Member

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    I have a lot of transactions and want the emails from all my buyers. Is there a way to automatically export their name and email without having to do it manually?

    i can't seem to find any solution. Any help?
     
  2. Ste Fishkin

    Ste Fishkin BANNED BANNED

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    Export your transactions

    Edit: sorry, I realise you asked about automatically... I have no idea if you can schedule this or not.. but a custom script to export this from all incoming emails from paypal will do it.
     
  3. Oz0102

    Oz0102 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    the sure route i know is to manually expore you transactions. You could look through sites like waveapps if they have that feature.
     
  4. password01

    password01 Regular Member

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    Hire a developer on a freelance site to do this. It is very easy for the right programmer to do and should not cost much.

    You want somebody to use the Merchant SDK. I suggest Java and the Java PayPal SDK. You then want the program to ask you what dates to export transactions for.
     
  5. wblteam

    wblteam Regular Member

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    Hire someone who already have experience with PayPal. If you add a return url in your buy button, then with less than our of coding, he should be able to get the email for you and add it to database.
     
  6. password01

    password01 Regular Member

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    Imho return URL is too much hassle as that needs to be a hosted solution. Overkill.