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I have a question from a group that uses Intuit with their POS system and were wondering if they could integrate their CiviCRM payments directly into that same account.

I see there is a Wiki page from 2013 about setting up Intuit payments, but I can't even get the extension to install on CiviCRM 4.6.8. (I copied the .zip file from Github and unpacked in the CiviCRM Extensions directory but it doesn't show in the Extensions list, even after refreshing. I assume this means the extension is stale / not functional with a recent version of CiviCRM)

Is anyone using Intuit or should I consider this a lost cause and go to plan B?

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This is a pre-civix extension - which probably makes it one of the first extensions, period.

I tried building a civix extension and dropping the files in from Github, but it isn't showing up as a payment processor option.

That said - the code doesn't look like it's in such bad shape. A little bit of love would probably get this functional.

  • Thanks, @Jon G! I will see if they want to use this enough to devote a little bit of extra time/money into cleaning this up. Otherwise they may opt for plan B (an existing payment processor). – Laryn - CEDC.org Sep 24 '15 at 20:57
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Just got done fixing a civi install that uses this. It doesn't exactly install like an extension. According to the wiki page on how to set this up, files need to be copied over like so from a cloned git to civicrm module:

CRM/Core/Payment/IntuitQuickbooks.php >> civicrm/CRM/Core/Payment/IntuitQuickbooks.php

CRM/Event/Payment/IntuitQuickbooks.php >> civicrm/CRM/Event/Payment/IntuitQuickbooks.php

CRM/Contribute/Payment/IntuitQuickbooks.php >> civicrm/CRM/Contribute/Payment/IntuitQuickbooks.php

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