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  1. Not for me either. Just the absence of the "reply to this topic" button, and a textual "start new topic" in gray where that would normally appear.
  2. bear

    How to move domain

    Perhaps. That page was last edited 06/22/2018 14:20:05, according to the time stamp on it, so yesterday? (document.lastModified)
  3. bear

    How to move domain

    That has to be the worst solution I've ever read. Changing those details triggers a verification email to the new address. Once you're done moving (and it says nothing about notifying the customer you're doing this, nor that it will trigger verifications) the domain, setting it back will trigger one to the customer, who will either be very upset and confused, or really upset that you're making changes to his domains without his knowledge. Is that really what WHMCS would recommend here? The "new registrar" will likely be the one your ex-client moves to once this happens.
  4. The cleanup tools don't address system logs for things like the cron, and haven't changed since v5 of WHMCS. I'm guessing they didn't contemplate this log in particular growing with 5 minute crons as it does? This should be automated, like keeping only the past 30 days or something along those lines, maybe.
  5. Has me wondering why there's no facility within WHMCS to prune at least some system logs on a schedule. Seems to me allowing a DB to grow every 5 minutes day in and day out will at some point break things as tables become huge.
  6. bear

    existential question

    If you say so, and feel the need to argue over nothing. The creator calls it JIF, I'll go with that.
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    existential question

    Disgusting? Steve Wilhite created the Graphics Interchange Format, or GIF, while working for Compuserve in 1987. On Tuesday, he received a Webby Award for it and delivered his five-word acceptance speech (that's all the Webbys allow) by flashing a GIF on the big screens at the Cipriani Wall Street in New York. And, in a flash, it all became clear: "It's pronounced JIF, not GIF." Anyone who feels the need can debate the way to say it, but the creator, in my opinion, gets to decide.
  8. bear

    existential question

    W-H-M-C-S, just like mySQL is not "mysequel" (my S-Q-L), and PHP is not "fip", and GIF is a "J" sound, like the peanut butter (not like get or gimp). You're welcome.
  9. A license dispute took clients Cpanel access on the servers down, and not just access to your WHMCS installation?
  10. bear

    Huge amount of fake accounts

    That image shows far more than that. Look at the first octets. Banning those would ban not only the spammers but pretty much millions of IPs and users. IP bans on Chinese ranges (if they even keep within Chinese IP space) is a losing game of whack-a-mole.
  11. bear

    Huge amount of fake accounts

    Since it looks like all those signups are using the same email domain, why not ban that? https://docs.whmcs.com/Security/Ban_Control#Banning_Email_Domains
  12. bear

    Huge amount of fake accounts

    Those of you getting fake account signups, are you allowing account creation without ordering something?
  13. bear

    I'm here now!

    ...until WHMCS complicates it further.
  14. bear

    cron.php is corrupted

    Disregard
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