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  1. HI, Sorry, not sure what yo mean by "It sounds like you're choosing to skip this automation by accepting the order before payment?" Client has had an account setup for 10 years. Client goes to registration page as usual and chooses to transfer a .com domain. Client pays after invoice generated. .com is set to Enom register (as shown in picture above). I see the transfer order in the Orders -> List all Orders page. I approve that transfer to ensure it goes through. Situation. Even though all of the above has been done, a week later, client notices his transfer has not "started", I view the domain status, which shows as "Active". BUT the registrar dropdown box, which should be auto set as Enom by default (#4 above), is set to "none", as shown below: Does this help explain things a bit better? Thanks!
  2. Not correct, Biswashost. You did not fully read my statement. I'll state again below: The complaints here have been that Enom is already set (as you can see in the picture attached below). The problem..."is that the Registrar is set", but After domain name transfer payment is received and the order has been approved for a domain name transfer, we still need to go to the client profile in WHMCS and manually change the registrar from none. to Enom. (oddly, the domain status shows "Active" which further frustrates the process as our people think it's in process...) Everything else is set to run automatically, on an active client order, but transfer does not initiate after approval. Is there a way to set "None" to Enom "automatically" so that the paid transfer order will auto post to Enom without having to manually set None to Enom?
  3. Has anyone used this LCWSoft PayPal Billing Agreements module for longer than a few months and can comment as to whether it's a fairly seamless transition and does the job similarly to the MyWorks PayPal Billing Agreement Module 3.1 version / WHMCS 8.6? Thanks!
  4. Anything come of this? You figured out how to auto renew client's domains if CC set and auto-renew enabled?
  5. I'm interested in whether anyone will reply on this we ll. Good luck!
  6. Hi, After domain name transfer payment is received and the order has been approved for a domain name transfer, we still need to go to the client profile in WHMCS and manually change the registrar from none. to Enom. (oddly, the domain status shows "Active" which further frustrates the process as our people think it's in process...) Everything else is set to run automatically, on an active client order, but transfer does not initiate after approval. Is there a way to set "None" to Enom "automatically" so that the paid transfer order will auto post to Enom without having to manually set None to Enom?
  7. All good commentary. Have a test domain renewal in process now (should run in a couple of weeks). Will see how that plays out...
  8. Nicely done reply back - again! That said, I guess I'm not fully clear yet why client who likewise has lots of hosting invoices and they all run auto-renew wise every month, even after deleting all payment methods and adding a PayPal account, with that new PayPal account having no relation to prior billings on any of his other dozen monthly hosting services auto paid. They just get auto paid as expected. While the domain name invoice, It just sits there stupid, doing nothing, while his brother (hosting) invoices are auto paying every day with out issue.
  9. Yes, could would have manually paid renewal years back. Question then is how does one reestablish an auto-payment for the invoice / service in question within WHMCS?
  10. Pretty much standard settings: 1. auto renewal set by client 2. domain auto renew invoice generates nicely 2 weeks ahead 3. then nothing happens. Question then is what setting is needed to ensure that domain name invoices auto pay, same as hosting invoices autopay?
  11. Nice reply back. Thank you! Though keep in mind, I do have massive numbers of hosting invoices being generated daily and they all autopay without issue through PayPal. The issue: Why domain name invoices once generated, but do not auto pay like all of the other literally thousands of invoices that are auto paying each month without fail?
  12. Nice reply back. Thank you! Though keep in mind, I do have massive numbers of hosting invoices being generated daily and they all autopay without issue through PayPal. The issue: Why domain name invoices once generated, but do not auto pay like all of the other literally thousands of invoices that are auto paying each month without fail?
  13. PayPal is what I use and running version 8.2 currently. Thanks for answering.
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