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    .uk Inbound Domain Transfers

    😂 What are you trying to suggest?! lol
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    .uk Inbound Domain Transfers

    I don't know at this stage. You'll note from my original post that it was a query about whether this already can be done, so it's very much a thought at this stage. How it could be executed within the parameters of WHMCS is up for debate (by people way above my pay grade). Nope, I don't believe you are. But I don't believe this sort of 'de-duping' is beyond the realms of capability of WHMCS; based on what it already does. Yes, but things can be missed; we're all only mere mortals.
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    .uk Inbound Domain Transfers

    1) Someone transfers a domain to your TAG (accidentally, mistype) and you aren't aware until Nominet charge your account. 2) Identifying mismatches between domains you *think* you have and *actually* have There's two uses straight away. You can have domains on your TAG that aren't in WHMCS; hence my question/suggestion.
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    .uk Inbound Domain Transfers

    Hey all 👋 Nominet has a setting within TAGs to allow automatic transfers of domains to your TAG, or only upon handshake. I assume that this handshake option applies to EPP software (in my case WHMCS). So my question is does WHMCS allow for the 'polling' of TAGs to check for domains on a TAG and what's configured within WHMCS itself? I haven't seen anything within the options so assume not, but would appreciate thoughts / comments on this before I perhaps raise a request for this.
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    Support Tickets & Client Contacts

    Thanks 🙂 Let's hope that it gets the votes it deserves 🙂
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    Support Tickets & Client Contacts

    Thanks @whmcs-peter I've raised this and it's now awaiting moderation. https://requests.whmcs.com/topic/support-tickets-ability-to-remove-or-cc-main-client-if-clients-sub-contact-is-issue-raiser Not sure why I couldn't properly tag you in this 😐
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    Support Tickets & Client Contacts

    A number of searches on here and on Google haven't given me the response I'm trying to find, so think this may be a newly posed query (which I struggle to believe!). My client John has two team members, one of whom is particularly IT-challenged 😂 In WHMCS I have John as the main client contact and two additional contacts created for his team. Is there a way to ensure that tickets are sent *to* the individual who the ticket has been raised for whilst *ccing* the main contact, rather than having John being *to'd* on each and every email? Yes he'll want to know what's going on, but only by way of CC - I know a lot of people pay more attention where they are in the 'to' field versus being in the 'cc'. Thanks.
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    Bulk Change Registrar For Multiple Domains

    Understood! I have already moved them over to my TAG yes 🙂 This was the final piece of the jigsaw!
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    Bulk Change Registrar For Multiple Domains

    All done, with a slight tweak - UPDATE tbldomains SET registrar = 'nominet' WHERE domain like '%.uk' Thanks once again @brian!
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    Bulk Change Registrar For Multiple Domains

    You're like my personal support at the moment @brian!! Thank you once again. I did wonder about an SQL query, but I'm not that proficient, so thanks for confirming how to do that 🙂
  11. I've had a quick look around here and general Google search results and don't think I've seen the answer to my question, so - I have about 50 domains that I need to change the registrar for in WHMCS; they're currently assigned to different ones and they now all need to move over to a single registrar. How can I make this change in bulk, without needing to individually change 50 records on various client profiles? Thanks Matt
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    Adding Cookie Control to Client Pages

    If I could I'd kiss you @brian!; thank you so much. It's worked a dream. So this is the correct way to add code to templates without risk of them being overwritten during updates?
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    Adding Cookie Control to Client Pages

    Brian, thank you; you are utterly helpful and selfless. BUT....where do I put this? That's probably the biggest lack of understanding I have I'm afraid, what exactly do I do with this code now? Thanks again!
  14. Hi all I use Cookie Control from Termsfeed for GDPR-compliance purposes. I have incorporated their code into my existing site pages, but also need to do this into WHMCS; this will be my first customisation of it. I've been trying to find advice/guidance on how to achieve this, but in doing so I think I've confused myself rather than actually helping! From what I can make out (having seen various replies by @brian!) I should use ClientAreaOutput hooks, but I've no idea how to do so. The code that I need to add is - <!-- Cookie Consent by https://TermsFeed.com --> <script type="text/javascript" src="//termsfeed.com/cookie-consent/releases/3.0.0/cookie-consent.js"></script> <script type="text/javascript"> document.addEventListener('DOMContentLoaded', function () { cookieconsent.run({"notice_banner_type":"headline","consent_type":"express","palette":"dark","change_preferences_selector":"#changePreferences","language":"en"}); }); </script> <noscript><a href="https://termsfeed.com/cookie-consent/">Cookie Consent by TermsFeed</a></noscript> <!-- End Cookie Consent --> Can someone please point me in the right direction so that I can get this code added correctly? Thanks in advance 🙂
  15. I have a client who is a terrible payer, but that's my issue to live with or otherwise. However, when they don't pay a particular invoice on time and the next one is issued before they paid the last, I'd like to include the unpaid invoice with the newly issued one - so that their newly issued invoice is for amount x 2 (last plus current). How can this be done without manual intervention, if at all?
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