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  1. I used the Apache directive from the following page I found in a Google search: https://geekflare.com/secure-apache-from-clickjacking-with-x-frame-options/ There is also a link to a "Header Checker" tool, that will verify if your site has the correct header implemented.
  2. The 'View & Manage Contacts' permission does just that. It lets a user view and manage the contacts, not the users. It does look like only the owner has access to User Management.
  3. Is it possible for a user on an account, that is not the owner, to have rights to the "User Management" page?
  4. If you are running Apache, you can add the following to your Apache config, but it will force SameSite=none for ALL cookies: Header always edit Set-Cookie ^(.*)$ "$1;HttpOnly;Secure;SameSite=none"
  5. Maybe try preventing the email from being sent using an EmailPreSend hook? I'm not sure if that will work, but it might be worth a try. https://developers.whmcs.com/hooks-reference/everything-else/#emailpresend
  6. So I have several configurable options set. A few are hidden. While clients cannot see the hidden ones in the order forms, I can still see them in the admin and use them when I create an order as an admin. However, they do not show up on the client's invoices when I do this. Is there a way for WHMCS to show the hidden configurable options on invoices if they are set for a client?
  7. I agree that would probably be a better approach. Thanks.
  8. My final hook is on the following link: https://controlc.com/ab094610 It doesn't show any links for Add Funds and does not allow clients to access the Add Funds page, if the "Enable Add Funds" custom field is not checked for their account. It also displays the Credit Balance and Add Funds link in the sidebar, if the custom field is enabled for the client.
  9. Its odd that it's there in the first place, but especially on the contact form emails. When you reply to them, you have to make sure to blank out the original email, or you will send internal WHMCS information to someone. There is even a link to the admin area. If you changed the name of the admin area folder, you would leak what you changed it to. So, it's actually a security issue.
  10. Is there a way to remove the footer and WHMCS logo from the contact form emails? We typically just reply to those emails, but don't want to send WHMCS information with our replies.
  11. I've used this simple expenses module for years in WHMCS. With the new versions of WHMCS (I just upgraded from a really old version), the module is not quite right. It is using old database calls, and needs to be updated to work on the latest version of WHMCS. Please let me know if you are interested in updating this module for me. If so, I just need to know the timeframe (when you can start and how long it would take), and of course the cost (you can PM me). I'm hoping to get it updated ASAP, as this is something I use regularly. Thanks. https://github.com/defusiondev/whmcs-expenses
  12. Did you get my PM? Let me know, if you are interested.
  13. I see the "Apply Credit" API call (https://developers.whmcs.com/api-reference/applycredit). Maybe a script running as a cron job that applies credit to invoices on the day they are due? At this time, I only need it for one client.
  14. So, we have a client that has a lot of services will all different due dates. They requested a way to minimize the number of credit transactions each month, and we recommended the "Add Funds" feature. So, they have added a bunch of credit to their account to be used for their reoccurring invoices. The problem is, they want the credit to be applied to the invoice when the invoice is due, not when it is created. I have disabled the "Automatic Credit Use" option, as that only works to apply the credit when the invoice is generated. Is there a way (with a hook or cron script) to pay invoices with credit on their due date, if the client has credit in their account? I assume this was how WHMCS worked by default.
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