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  1. Hello Folks, I was looking at the email marketer and I'm uncertain that it will fit our needs for this specific scenario: We basically need to send all our clients with a specific services an email on March 1st for renewal - No matter what are their renewal date or due date. Is there a work around or an other function in the system to schedule predefined emai ltemplate to be sent out on a specific date for 1 type of service? thanks
  2. Using {$service_config_options_html} Currently shows the following in the email: Number of files: 20 x Files $0.00 USD Is there any way I can show only this in the email: Number of files: 20 using {$service_config_options_html} or something else in the email template?
  3. Running a modern company is all about being up to date with frequently changing trends and adjusting business strategy to them. Since the vast majority of customers are nowadays in constant motion, it is indispensable to be able to reach them wherever they are. That is why we decided to create a module which goes beyond usual methods of keeping clients informed. Let us introduce SMS Center For WHMCS! The module contains three separate SMS gateways. With their help, every time you send email notification to your client, it will be followed by a text message. You will be able to create SMS templates in various languages for each email template in your WHMCS. Furthermore, you will get the possibility to verify if a text message has reached the recipient. Let your business take the advantage of the modern medium of communication. Order SMS Center For WHMCS and be sure you are always close to your clients! Admin Area Features: Define SMS Template Counterpart For Each Email Template Enable/Disable SMS Gateways Enable/Disable SMS Templates Define Default SMS Template Version For Each Language Check Connection With SMS Gateways Merge Fields Support Characters Counter - Trace Length Of Your Messages Logs Client Area Features: Define SMS Notifications To Receive General Info: Supported Gateways - Clickatell, SMSGlobal And SMSEagle Module API - Integrate Other Modules Multi-Language Support Supports WHMCS V5 and Later Are You Interested? ♦ Order SMS Center For WHMCS Now! Do You Need More Information? ♦ Read More About SMS Center For WHMCS Are You Looking For A Complete Documentation? ♦ Visit SMS Center For WHMCS Wiki Do You Want Us To Install And Configure The Module For You? ♦ Tick 'SMS Center Installation Service' Field While Ordering The Product Coming Next: WWD GoDaddy Domains For WHMCS 2.2 Multibrand For WHMCS 1.6 CRM For WHMCS 1.2 Check out our official release list for March and April! Do You Need Custom Software Development? Specially for you we will adapt an application and its design to your own needs, create an adequate addon, an entirely new module or even a complete system! We can advise how to solve your problems and propose an optimal solution for your business. ♦ Contact us today! We will prepare for you a free quote, ETA and more details within 24-48 hours. For more information about our promotions, products and company activity - join our social networks! ♦ Forums ♦ Blog ♦ Facebook ♦ Twitter ♦ Google+ ♦ LinkedIn ♦ YouTube
  4. Hello, I'm trying to find documentation to see if this is possible to use Arithmetic calculation in WHMCS email template. Example within an email template : SomeVar * 12/100. thank you in advance to show syntaxe if possible.
  5. I am trying to improve the content in my domain reminder emails, and I note the existence of this template tag: {$domain_do_not_renew} -- it would be great to include this in the reminder emails (seems odd that it is not already included!) How can I test the actual output of this tag in certain circumstances? For example, could I use it like this: {if $domain_do_not_renew}Domain Auto-renew DISABLED{else}Domain Auto-renew ENABLED{/if} Or, does this tag not output a boolean? Also, the domain renewal email template contains some variations, depending on whether there is multiple or single domains due for renewal (I can't find any reference to the $expiring_domains tag any where!). How would I implement the above into the looped instances below? Would $domain_do_not_renew still be available in the loops? Would it be {$domain.domain_do_not_renew}? {if $expiring_domains} {foreach from=$expiring_domains item=domain}{$domain.name} - {$domain.nextduedate} ({$domain.days} Days) {/foreach} {elseif $domains}{foreach from=$domains item=domain}{$domain.name} - {$domain.nextduedate} {/foreach} {else}{$domain_name} - {$domain_next_due_date} ({$domain_days_until_nextdue} Days){/if} Any assistance greatly appreciated. - - - Updated - - - Just found this thread: http://forum.whmcs.com/showthread.php?105031-Domain-Auto-renew-status Looks like maybe it would be $domain.autorenew Can anyone confirm whether this will work?
  6. I am using latest version of WHMCS. I apply late fee on 10th day from invoice due date, and an automatic service suspension on 11th day. But the problem is, when clients get service suspension email due to "overdue on payment", they see only the recurring amount of the service using this email template tag {$service_recurring_amount}. How can I show them the actual due amount (service recurring amount + late fee - credit [if any]) from the associated invoice? Because it is very confusing, as clients see recurring amount and make that payment, but still sees there are due on the invoice. So any guideline here will be very helpful. Thanks.
  7. Hi, Is there a billing cycle IF for email templates? we want to send an email for people to upgrade to yearly plans, ideally not being sent to yearly customers, but if that can't be done at least not showing the same text to them than those that have monthly cycle. Is that possible? how? Regards,
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