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  1. Have not tested fully but you can change the user labeled as owner's email and name via the manage user button and that likely would be enough for them to do a password reset. Though your method works also and is a good workaround that should not be needed.
  2. I think you will need a hook to remove the options and a hook for checkout validation to confirm there are no domain registrations being sneaked in.
  3. Err, wait what? Under the Client's summary page -> Users tab in your WHMCS admin, there is a user with "Owner" next to the name, correct? That user should be able to login to the client area and go to the account menu -> Change Password. That owner should match the account profile, however, looks like the user's name and email address do not update the user's name and email when updating the profile via the admin -- and likely via API / class calls.
  4. Well, two issues right off for a developer: 1. they call their API in beta stage and 2. the API docs have a lot of content missing. Sure it could be figured out by the name and params but some info would be nice. Like what does rebuild do exactly? What does set as default do? Seems to set a web app as a server's default app but I am guessing and if I am guessing and testing and figuring out, then I am not writing. With both of those issues, I could see a potential for constant random breakages and as such updates and constant monitoring of those API pages. Help the developers and they will help you. In terms of integrating it, I don't see cloning API calls or cache controls or other options beyond PHP version changes . I could have missed those in the quick look around. Did not see any thing right off that could stop an WHMCS server module from working. There are some aspects that would have to be though of. Like how to handle servers and selecting them for new services.
  5. If you're using API keys and not users, change username to identifier and password to secret per https://developers.whmcs.com/api/authentication/
  6. So, just to confirm the setup, you have: Custom page in a directory that is country specific el_GR/productdescription.php?pid=347 fr_FR/productdescription.php?pid=33 etc You want to set the currency per country So two options, Set the currency within each productdescription.php file in each country folder If for some reason you can't, where is $WEB_ROOT defined at and are you sure it is being set to those? If each country directory has their own productdescription.php, one method to getting the currency would be: $country_currencies = ['en_GB'=>1,"zz_top"=>2,"xx-zz"=>5,"whatever"=>42]; $country = baesname(__DIR__); $currency_id = (array_key_exists($country, $country_currencies) : $country_currencies[$country] : false ); if ($currency_id) { //Currency ID found //Set the currency..... Session::set('currency', $currency_id) } All that can be stuffed in to a function in a common file that all custom pages include and feed the function the country using the same method of getting it.
  7. The email marketer (Under utilities) should be able to do that.
  8. What are you trying to do exactly? IIRC, the domain contacts and fields are done by the registrar module's GetContactDetails function. Are you at that point or trying to customize a registrar module further or?
  9. SupportPal handles multi-branding very well and you can customize email templates.
  10. Using ClientAlert hook, you could check the products of the passed client and see if the packageid is the one you want to alert for and then return the alert.
  11. You could use the same API keys but I would advise against it and use a new key for the separate system just to have a bit of isolation . Would check with accountant on the invoice number question.
  12. Oh, you mean to the checkout page on the client area? Using the ShoppingCartCheckoutOutput hook, returning HTML with javascript to place the note element where you want it would do the trick.
  13. So just to confirm, when you print_r($response) it shows nothing? Also, are you using this within an external app or like a module in whmcs? If a module, hook, etc, use the internal API (locapi example it gives) instead as you don't need to worry about the login bits and I suspect that is the issue here.
  14. What type of note exactly? A client note, service note, admin notes, to do, activity log?
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