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  1. There is a domain without dns management support from registrar, what my addon module need to do to enable the domaindns action for that doamin? (clientarea.php?action=domaindns&domainid=1) I tried to change `tbldomains` dnsmanagement field and `tbldomainpricing` dnsmanagement field.. but that seems to be unrelated. I tried to ask similar thing on other thread, but this seems to be more appropriate place to ask. I now know that addon modules can affect that, but still don't know the way.
  2. Hi all! My name is Arsen, I'am a web developer. Haven't work much with WHMCS and my experience with it wasn't very successful as a third party module I used wasn't working as expected out of the box!) I like the idea of communities and such topics in particular, it's great to be able to know a bit more about people you are interacting over internet. I like math, computer games (strategies) and poetry. Decided to google an English translation for one of my favorite - http://www.ruthenia.ru/tiutcheviana/publications/trans/vesna-kakni.html#en It's good enough translation, harder to read, but never the less is great.
  3. Hi! [TL;DR;] - can addon module manage dns? - my current template redirects clientarea.php?action=domaindns -> to clientarea.php?action=domains how WHMCS understands if the dns management for the domain is available or not? [detailed] I want to build a module which will provide integration with 3-d party service to manage dns and email forwarding, but struggle to understand: 1) should I use WHMCS standard interface for DNS management or provide custom one? (clientareadomaindns.tpl and clientarea.php?action=domaindns) 2) I see that registrar modules should declare function `registrarmodule_GetDNS` and `registrarmodule_SaveDNS` but will this work for other modules? Documentation says that clientarea will have the view to manage DNS if registrar provides it https://docs.whmcs.com/Domains_Management#Clients . But there may be more then one registrar, where some will provide and others - not and there are 3-d party modules like cloudflere that provide independent dns management solution (does they just ignore WHMCS standard dns management template?) Can't figure out how WHMCS resolve this: - Registrar may not provide dns management - Registrar may provide dns management, but admin configure other default nameservers If whmcs admin activate my addont integration module and fill my nameservers as default - how I have run into this two posts but they haven't clear much to me. Sorry if the question is messy, any hints and links are much appreciated! Regards and Thanks!
  4. Welcome to WHMCS.Community Arsen! We're glad you're here please take some time to familiarise yourself with the Community Rules & Guidelines and take a moment to introduce yourself to other WHMCS.Community members in the Introduce Yourself Board.

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