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  1. Hi all, I'm hoping you can advise what's the best course of action here. I'm setting up existing (non WHMCS) clients in our new WHMCS system. All clients have recurring profiles for services such as Microsoft 365, Exchange Accounts, Domains etc. How and when do we add these into the system? We've already tried entering a test account with services that are renewed in the future. We changed the invoice date to 01/10/20 and the next due date to 30/10/20 Unfortunately the system sent invoices and late payment notifications to the registered email account the very next day. One thing i don't want to happen is that we setup all the profiles and clients and it all go horribly wrong Any advice would be appreciated Regards
  2. Hi, To add closure to this I managed to solve the problem. While logged in to my linux distro i checked my php version (php -v ) and noticed that the ioncube loader module wasn't installed. So I ran the web-based ioncube loader installation script again and noticed that the setup was a 2-part process. I missed the 2nd part which explains how to install the loader for use on the command line. After finishing that part and restarting apache the cron started to run correctly. Hope this helps. Regards
  3. Hi, After a relatively pain-free fresh installation ive ran the System Health Checker and it reports that the cron has not been ran in the last 24 hours. The cron reports that the ioncube loader isnt installed therefore the cron doesn't run sucessfully. I've checked using phpinfo(); and the ioncube loader is installed (see attached). Any ideas why this is happening? Regards Tony
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