WHMCS V8 - The next major WHMCS Version - Take it for a spin today
Version 8.0 is our new Major version of WHMCS. A major version increment such as this gives us the chance to make more significant behind the scenes changes, as well as undertake major feature work that we've been unable to complete and deliver in shorter release cycles.
The purpose of this board is to ask any questions, raise issues or provide feedback on the WHMCS V8.0. This board will remain open for the next few weeks after the release and will be archived after this time, your threads will then be moved to our normal boards to ensure they remain visible. WHMCS V8.0 includes a raft of new features check out the release notes to learn more
We're thrilled to share our Technical Preview of the new WHMCS Mobile App. Please use this board to share your feedback and discuss any issues that you may experience. Members of the WHMCS Team will be actively interacting and answering questions and issues via the board. To report any bugs please head to https://www.whmcs.com/preview/mobile
We are pleased to announce the release of WHMCS 8.0 to General Availability. WHMCS 8.0 marks the next major release for WHMCS. In this update, we are delivering the most highly requested open feature request today, a new look for the admin area, support for Email Delivery Services, a new Email Campaign Tool, a Professional Email & Productivity Suite reselling option in OX App Suite and more. New System RequirementsWHMCS 8.0 and above requires PHP 7.2 or later. You must be running PHP 7.2 or...View the full blog post
We are pleased to announce the publication of WHMCS 8.0 to Release Candidate status. Thank you to everyone who has taken part in the Beta so far and provided us with feedback and comments. We appreciate your time, efforts and dedication and hope you will join us in testing the Release Candidate. We encourage as many people as possible to download, install and try out WHMCS 8.0 prior to the final publication. What's new in WHMCS 8.0Users and Client Accounts - Users are the new way to log in...View the full blog post
Email remains the most important and widely used method of communication for businesses and their consumers. The latest data suggests over 300 billion emails are sent every single day. That's over 200 million emails every minute, and almost 3.5 million emails every second. With so many emails being sent, you need to do whatever you can to give your emails the best chance of reaching the intended recipient. One way to help ensure that is having reliable email delivery and that's exactly what...View the full blog post
I think the biggest issue is they have changed how a few things work, both on Admin, but also on API calls, that they have not warned before hand would be changing. You can't have businesses using a system for years to suddenly find scripts and systems suddenly don't work.
WHMCS is a great product, when it works, but heck, talking to it's community and engaging with us all, leaves a lot to be desired.
I previously used WHMCS for about a year, I paid a 3rd party company to set me up and install an addon for me (at the time I didnt really understand what WHMCS was, just that it would solve automation that I needed). Well I realized after the fact that they actually sold me a nulled product.... To do the right thing I have purchased an actual license of WHMCS and am doing a totally fresh install to totally get away from the nulled version (realizing the company i previously purchased from is crooked, who knows what back doors they may have put in what they uploaded for me). I used ImportAssist to bring my old database into my new version of WHMCS and am getting things configured. I am having an issue with the Cron not running though. When I follow the help page: https://help.whmcs.com/m/automation/l/683269-advanced-cron-troubleshooting I see in Putty that it sits on the Invoice step for awhile and then Kills out. I have also gotten many complaints from customers that they have no open invoices, so its just farther verification that the invoice step is failing somehow.
I have verified that I have the correct version of PHP in my Cron command (7.4) and also in another post I saw someone say they had to set Cron permissions from 644 to 755 so I also did that without any success. I have Cron set up in cPanel to run every 20 minutes. I have contacted my provider (HostGator) and they are telling me they see no issues or errors in the log on their end being thrown by Cron.
What advice or tips might anyone have to help me figure my way through this?
I bet there is, because it's a bit more tricky to know when you should delete a user account. There's multiple situations to account for - fx if the client only wishes to have their client account deleted but keep their user account so he can access other accounts they were invited to.
The nifty one, I'm told by speaking to them, works with 8.0.3 (so I suspect 8.0.4 will be fine). We have used nifty for about 2 years, perfect product and wonderful support.
At present we have decided not to move over to the 8* series of releases as too much I read is concerning us at present.
Hi! I'm using OpenTicket local API call to automatically create a ticket for a client.
I want to create the ticket as admin, but cant find the way to set admin username in the ticket (`admin` column in `tbltickets` table)
There's an admin bool parameter: "Is an Admin opening the ticket" that I set to true, but nothing changes.
In the end, OpenTicket keeps creating ticket as client, not as admin.
Can you hel me creating an admin ticket?