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Starting a new set up... want to make sure I am on the right track.



I am planning on launching a new hosting service for a niche market. I have been reading everything I can get my hands on and would like some feed back. I just want to be sure I am on the right track.


My plan is to market a website and a custom app (implemented as a server) as a package. I want to start out using WHMCS to manage billing and provisioning. I want to use Virtualmin as a client control panel. I am just not sure where to start.


I believe I need to install Virtualmin on my VPS. Then I need to install WHMCS into a domain on that server (along with a couple of unrelated personal sites). From there WHMCS can provision other servers and automate the setup Wordpress and my custom server app.


Am I understanding this correctly?

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I've moved this to the Pre-Sales forum.


Once WHMCS is installed it can be used to automatically handle the ordering, billing and provisioning of hosting accounts on your server. We do have a Virtualmin Pro module, so you can certainly use WHMCS on such a server.


As standard WHMCS cannot automatically install scripts on a client's account, but if you search our app store you may well find some unofficial addons that do: http://www.whmcs.com/appstore

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