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    TPL is missing

    For others, I found that I need to copy the missing six templates for our customer theme. This was quicker than getting a response from the theme developers upstream. Namely: the file: templates/six/invoice-payment.tpl directory subfolder: templates/six/payment/
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    SSL Monitoring does not work.

    We have also been seeing this issue since updating to 7.7.x (currently on 7.7.1) The curl test shows the following. But still we are getting a Red Padlock. I have checked the tblsslstatus database table and found that the following fields are blank or NULL: Subject_name Subject_org Issuer_name issuer_org started_date expiry_date Servier OS: Centos 7.6.1810. Please advse if there is something we could do to check further. I have obfuscated the domain details as it's a live customer domain, though plenty of others are doing the same. Thansk for your consideration, Geo.
  3. We have noted that the domains that have been transferred out of our Registrar account are showing a status of "Active" but are no longer in our account. As the domain is staying with the same Registrar (but different resller account), the "Transferred Away" status never occurs. Referring to https://docs.whmcs.com/Domain_Transfers under the Section "Transfer Automation" WHMCS will automatically set the domain's status to "Transferred Away" once the transfer to another registrar has been completed. This will prevent WHMCS from generating renewal invoices for the transferred domain. Just wondering how others are handling this scenario? Should we be manually setting these domains to "Transferred away" Some quick stats of what might be relevant. WHMCS: 7.6.1 Registrar: TPP Wholesale PHP version: 7.2
  4. We recently found out that leaving out the Client's Last Name would cause this generic error also. We are running version 5.3.6 of WHMCS on Centos 6.5.

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