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  1. That's also possible.. sorry.. I can't help much more.. WHMCS should have this setup correctly.
  2. Have you checked your spam folder? I notice WHMCS have not configured their email sending SPF and DMARC records.. both fail resulting in emails potentially being marked as spam. At least this is the case on bug tickets (I usually submit those) see: spf=fail (google.com: domain of bugs@whmcs.com does not designate as permitted sender) smtp.mailfrom=bugs@whmcs.com; dmarc=fail (p=NONE sp=NONE dis=NONE) header.from=whmcs.com Return-Path: <bugs@whmcs.com> Received: from hou-1.frontend.www.prod.whmcs.com (hou-1.frontend.www.prod.whmcs.com. []) WHMCS if you need help configuring this, let me know my rates are quite cheap.
  3. @WHMCS John, any idea why no hotfix? It's quite frustrating to be unable to add/manage CC recipients in WHMCS 8.0.4 Edit: I can see this is fixed in 8.1.. but that release is probably months away at the current beta testing stamina your users currently are at.. we're worn out!
  4. .. and you can do just that in WHMCS v8.x 😉
  5. The new gtag.js script from Google supports the older UA as well as the new GA4. A simple module to integrate this in WHMCS would be very useful.
  6. There is no way to do this in the current version, apart from editing the database.
  7. You should be logging your outgoing email/SMTP.. check those logs.
  8. Yeah.. I got one yesterday from a guest submitted ticket. Have you reported this to WHMCS yet?
  9. I have seen this.. but didn't do much more than remove those recipients.. I'll keep an eye out.
  10. 8.0.2 seems stable to me now. Testing first is always a good idea.
  11. It's this on 8.0.2?
  12. I found the following (after day/months of research): https://community.cloudflare.com/t/stop-cloudflare-bypassing-on-shared-hosting/91203 It's a great solution, shame the post is locked already. I expanded and pointed out a few things about this solution on my blog here: https://xyzulu.hosting/restrict-access-to-only-traffic-from-cloudflare/ I hope it helps someone else.. it really is a neat solution that allow you to use Cloudflare Access (for example) properly and safely.
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