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  1. Get a Token

    You will first need to authenticate the session to create a token using the createtoken  endpoint. To call this endpoint, you will need to pass a valid API key. See the Create Token documentation for full details. ...
  2. Creating an Integration

    Introduction Once you have signed up and logged in to the Account Center, it's time to create an Integration. This will create an API key for use on your application and allow you to configure settings based on your requirements.  Creati...
  3. Styling

    Introduction The Autoaddress control comes with default styling provided by the stylesheet hosted via CDN during setup, using standard CSS. Below outlines the possible changes you can make to the control.  Customizing the Design Getting S...
  4. Authentication

    Overview All calls to the Autoaddress 3.0 API must be authenticated. This can be done by passing either an API key or token in a request. API Key Header An API key can be included in a request header using Basic authentication. The username is...
  5. API Overview

    Overview These documents describe the Autoaddress 3.0 API, including authentication, HTTP resources and recommended best practices. This content is intended for individuals with web development experience and knowledge of HTTP. The Autoaddress 3.0...
  6. Address Verification

    What is Address Verification? We source our address data from quality data providers, like USPS and Royal Mail, that contain verified deliverable addresses which are regularly updated. An example we can look at is a street in London, UK where th...
  7. Advanced Settings

  8. Manage Substitutions

    Advanced substitutions may be required for numerous reasons, some examples are: to replace certain characters that you don't want returned (e.g. /,-^&) with a space. to ensure a required consistent naming of a city (e.g. Derry/Londonderry). You...
  9. Manage Substitutions

    Advanced substitutions may be required for numerous reasons, some examples are: to replace certain characters that you don't want returned (e.g. /,-^&) with a space. to ensure a required consistent naming of a city (e.g. Derry/Londonderry). You...
  10. Toggle browser language setting

    We use your customer's Web Browser language to localize text prompts, field labels, messages, etc.  If you turn this off we instead use your default language .    You can turn it off in the Advanced tab of your Integrations Settings. ...