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Thanks very much for that, Phil. A screenshot doesn't lie! :-)


We're running the latest release version of WHMCS: 5.2.5.


Excuse my ignorance, but if we're running the latest release version of WHMCS, does that therefore mean we're running the latest release version of enomssl? If not, then it's not obvious to me where in WHMCS I go to for the purpose of updating the enomssl module - and where I got to get/download the latest version. :-/

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Bingo! On advice from WHMCS, I enabled debugging: Utilities > Logs > Module Log. This showed that the username and pword we were using to access the eNom were invalid. So how/why eNom was coming back with a list of certs at all is a bit strange, i.e. would have been much better if, rather than returning a partial list and no error message, it returned no SSL list and an error message. So now I've correct it to the right u+p - there's that pesky Essential Wildcard. Great - thanks Phil :-)

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