I've been using Google Checkout with e-junkie for some time and it has worked fairly well, with the exception that on about half of my orders I do not get the customers real email address, but instead a synthetic one that Google has created, which makes it challenging to contact the customer. I've never figured out why this happens nor how to fix it (and it never happens with PayPal).
If you have advice on the above, please tell me.
But the real reason for this post is that a couple of weeks ago I began receiving what appears to be an erroneous message from Google Checkout, because I am still receiving all of the orders and funds from their service. I have double-checked my settings in both Google Checkout and e-junkie and all appears to be in order. Here is the message, with my actual account code replaced by "XXXXXX":
We've made several unsuccessful attempts to send order notifications to your notification callback URL, https://www.e-junkie.com/gc/XXXXXX/ResponseHandler.php As a result, you aren't receiving order status, risk, or other notifications.
To help you identify the issue with your callback URL, please review the errors we encountered while sending notifications to you. To review this error information:
Sign in to Google Checkout.
Click on the Tools tab.
Click Integration Console.
Error messages will appear under 'Integration Issues.' If necessary, you can also update your callback URL in the 'API callback URL' box on the same page.
These error messages are showing up in my Inbox several times each day. How do I stop them?