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  1. I think WHMCS should leave mobile application (specifically iOS) development to the professionals. I have had the same experiences going back to previous version for sometime.
  2. With WHMCS, you can create the ACL lists under "Edit Reseller Nameservers and Privileges". with the aforementioned account limits. Include ACL group name in WHMCS reseller product configuration (in Module Settings). If done correctly, the WHMCS will apply the ACL list when creating the hosting service, and apply the related account limitations.
  3. You can also check this module from WHMCS Services as it has served us well for years: https://marketplace.whmcs.com/product/2966-services-fee
  4. You should rename this without any spaces and also provide the correct file extension for best results
  5. Try: Check the connection Checking the proxy and the firewall Check logs
  6. Yes, you should "Limit Reseller by Number" in order to impose account creation limits. The previous fields (above the reseller-specific fields) will limit the reseller's account (in the case that you have chosen to make the Reseller own their own account). Unlimited is not possible, but you can throw a long series of "9's" in there for good measure.
  7. This can be fixed in the WHMCS admin. Head to Setup-> Products/Services-> Servers and edit the server related to the outdated nameserver IPs. Between Hostname and Server Credentials fields are the fields for nameservers and their respective IPs. You can modify them accordingly. These fields are where the nameserver IP values in your product emails are generated from.
  8. If you have a registrar module enabled, the nameservers are returned by the registrar via API. If you are a registrar, then your nameservers would likely be returning this information via query from your WHMCS. Im sure there is some module or integration for storing these values on your local WHMCS, but as far as I know WHMCS always attempts to retrieve real-time nameserver records from the registrar.
  9. You can check our services as we offer both VPS and Dedicated Server WHMCS reseller modules. <Removed by community moderator - Reminder we have strict advertising rules please review the community guidelines>
  10. You should also verify the settings in Setup -> General Settings -> Mail
  11. A server module that supports VPS provisioning, like solusvm or virtualizor can help you accomplish your goals!
  12. Depends on what you're aiming for, but you could just import a fresh tbldomainpricing to your DB to mass import TLDs and pricing configurations. But if you're planning to use a registrar module with your WHMCS, you might ask your registrar whether they have any WHMCS addon modules for TLDs, as there are several. Typically, these also have some bulk pricing management functions as well, which can save additional steps.
  13. If all else fails, you can always move the file to custom (i.e. scramble the filename/directories above to circumvent unauthorized user guessing the location) publicly-accessible URL in the interim and send the file link directly. Not a perfect solution if the download contains “for your eyes only” sensitive information, but, otherwise, could be a workaround until your client has confirmed receipt of the file(s).
  14. What server module are you using? Typically, the server setup process will have some level of custom instructions that explain the process.
  15. This sounds like a great addition to the module
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