FedEx Office Web Services

Welcome to FedEx Office Web Services, your convenient source for integrating FedEx Office® document printing and finishing functionality into your own solutions.

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Get Started on the Right Path

To make sure your integration follows the correct process, we need to know if the application you are developing is for your company's use, or if you plan to resell it.

Your Application Is for Internal Company Use Only:

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1) Documentation and Downloads

2) Develop and Test

3) Certification

4) Move to Production

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Your Application May Be Resold:

You must be a member of FedEx Compatible® in order to distribute your software.

Services Available Through FedEx Office Web Services

The following services are available. To get started click here.

Office Print Online Service

Get Upload Location
Use this method in your application to get URLs where it can upload a file and launch a session of FedEx Office Print Online to print a document based on that file.

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Office Order Service

Create Office Order
Use this method in your application to submit a FedEx Office order.

Rate Office Order
Use this method in your application to obtain pricing information for a FedEx Office order prior to submitting it.

Get Upload Location
Use this method in your application to get a URL where it can upload the content file(s) for the document(s) in the order.

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FedEx Office Web Services Announcements

October 2013 – FedEx Office Web Services Feature Enhancements

In October 2013, Office Order Service was enhanced to support the following:

  • FedEx Office Local Delivery: Orders may now be delivered via FedEx Office local delivery.
  • Phone Number Extension: Customers may populate a phone number extension for the order contact and/or order recipient.


To take advantage of these new features, download the latest Office Order Service WSDL from the “Documentation” section of the FedEx Developer Resource Center.

Need more help? Ask your FedEx Office sales executive to initiate a technical consultation request on your behalf. A FedEx Office customer technology consultant will then contact you directly regarding FedEx Office Web Services.

Release Notes
The October 2013 release of the Office Order Service introduces new features such as delivery via FedEx Office local delivery and support for phone number extensions in contact information.

May 2013 – FedEx Office Web Services Feature Enhancements

In May 2013, Office Order Service was enhanced to allow the following:

  • Corporate catalog integration: If a corporate catalog is established with FedEx Office, a customer may order documents from that catalog via web services.
  • Direct mail: Orders may now be delivered via direct mail. (Prior approval is required.)
  • New customer reference type: If an order is being delivered via FedEx shipment, a customer may populate a P.O. number reference on the shipping label. (Prior approval is required.)


To take advantage of these new features, download the latest Office Order Service WSDL from the “Get Started” section of the FedEx Developer Resource Center.

Need more help? Ask your FedEx Office sales executive to initiate a technical consultation request on your behalf. A FedEx Office customer technology consultant will then contact you directly regarding FedEx Web Services for Office and Print.

Release Notes
The May 2013 release of the Office Order Service introduces new features such as corporate catalog integration, delivery via direct mail, and a new customer reference type for populating a P.O. reference on the shipping label (for orders delivered via shipment). In addition, some media types have been discontinued by FedEx Office.

June 2011 - FedEx Office Web Services Feature Enhancements

In June 2011, Office Order Service was enhanced to allow the following:
New features

  • Promotion codes accepted: Office Order Service now accepts promotion codes so that customers can take advantage of special FedEx Office discount offers (where applicable).
  • Lamination functionality added: Office Order Service now accepts the lamination finishing option.


To take advantage of these new features, download the latest Office Order Service WSDL from the “Get Started” section of the FedEx Developer Resource Center.

Need more help? Ask your FedEx Office sales executive to initiate a technical consultation request on your behalf. A FedEx Office customer technology consultant will then contact you directly regarding FedEx Web Services for Office and Print.

Release Notes
The June 2011 release of Office Order Service introduces new features such as supporting lamination as a finishing option and accepting promotion codes through the checkout process.

July 2010 - FedEx Office Web Services Feature Enhancements

In July 2010, Office Order Service was enhanced to allow the following:
New features

  • Multi-file support: Office Order Service now supports the upload and association of multiple digital files with an order.
  • Multi-document support: Office Order Service has been enhanced to support the order of multiple items on a single order.
  • Multi-section support: Office Order Service now provides customers with the flexibility to declare print and finishing options (where applicable) on a section-by-section basis within their print order.


Additional Enhancements
Center I.D. is no longer limited to use only with the pickup/delivery group. When an order is to be shipped, you can now set the Center I.D. where you would like it produced. Previously, the production center was automatically selected based upon the recipient’s address.

To take advantage of these new features, download the latest Office Order Service WSDL from the “Get Started” section of the FedEx Developer Resource Center.

Need more help? Ask your FedEx Office sales executive to initiate a technical consultation request on your behalf. A FedEx Office customer technology consultant will then contact you directly regarding FedEx Web Services for Office and Print.

Release Notes
The July 2010 release of Office Order Service includes several new features such as support for multiple files with an order, support for multiple documents on a single order, the ability to declare print and finishing options on a section-by-section basis within a single order, and the ability to select the center where the order will be produced.

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