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I use whmcs 4.1.2 and all the other mails send just fine and I can aslo send the new account mail manually but it will not send it out on auto when an account is created. from what I have read on the forums I may have an error in the syntax of that template but not sure how to check this??? Can anyone see errors in my template syntax???







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<p>If you have requested a domain name during sign up, we will register this domain once your payment has been cleared, this can take 24 hours.</p>
<p>Dear {$client_name},</p>
<p>Please keep in mind that your domain name will not be visible on the internet for between 24 and 72 hours. This process is called Propagation. Until your domain has Propagated your website and email will not function, we have provided a temporary url which you may use to view your website and upload files in the meantime.</p>
<p><strong>IMPORTANT:</strong> Make sure you upload your files to the PUBLIC_HTML or www directory on the server otherwise they will not be visible on the internet. Also, please be sure that your homepage is saved as an "index" file e.g., index.htm, index.html, etc. We suggest you download smart ftp from <a href="http://smartftp.com">http://smartftp.com</a> if you do not already have an ftp client.</p>
<p>Below are your account details, you will need your username and password to access ftp and your control panel.</p>
<p><strong>New Account Info</strong></p>
<p>To acces your cpanel before dns propagation use this format:</p>
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<p>Domain: {$service_domain}<br />Username: {$service_username}<br />Password: {$service_password}<br />Hosting Package: {$service_product_name}<br />Server IP: {$service_server_ip}<br />Nameserver 1: {$service_ns1}  <br />Nameserver 2: {$service_ns2} </p>
<p>Once your domain has Propagated</p>
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<p>FTP Hostname: www.{$service_domain}<br />Webpage URL: {$service_domain}<br />Control Panel: <a href="http://www.{$service_domain}/cpanel">http://www.{$service_domain}/cpanel</a></p>
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<p><strong>Mail settings</strong></p>
<p>Catch all email with your default email account</p>
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<p>POP3 Host Address : mail.{$service_domain}<br />SMTP Host Address: mail.{$service_domain}<br />Username: {$service_username}<br />Password: {$service_password}</p>
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<p>Additional mail accounts that you add</p>
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<p>POP3 Host Address : mail.{$service_domain}<br />SMTP Host Address: mail.{$service_domain}<br />Username : The FULL email address that you are picking up from (e.g. info@yourdomain.com). <br />If your email client cannot accept a @ symbol, then you may replace this with a backslash .<br />Password : As specified in your control panel</p>
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<p>Thank you for choosing us.</p>
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