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WHMCS Pushover (pushover.net) Notifications
Author: Myles McNamara (firstname.lastname@example.org)
This is an addon module for WHMCS (whmcs.com) to send push notifications using the Pushover API.
Currently the only working feature is high priority notification for a new support ticket being opened. There are many other features and configurable options planned which are listed below.
This release is still in beta stages so use at your own risk. Tested working on WHMCS 5.2.1 and WHMCS 5.3.1 Beta.
View Features and Status on GitHub:
Got an idea? Stick a fork in it, send a pull request, open a new issue, or email me!
Download latest release, and copy the entire modules directory to your root WHMCS installation.
Login to WHMCS Admin area, Setup >> Addon Modules, then activate "Pushover Notifications".
Once you activate the addon module, click on Configure, enter your user key from Pushover (pushover.net), select Access Control, click Save Changes, and profit!
The Pushover Addon for WHMCS allows your WHMCS installation to send push notifications to clients who use the Pushover application on their mobile devices! Notify your clients instantly with Pushover’s push notifications!
With our Addon module, your clients will be able to receive push notifications to the mobile device through the Pushover API and mobile client. Receive notifications for new invoices, refunds, past due invoices, new tickets, new ticket responses, suspensions and more!
Send push notifications directly to your client’s subscribed mobile devices
Client’s who subscribe are instantly notified for new invoices, paid invoices, refunds, cancellations, new ticket responses, suspensions and more
Expand your customer support by offering a modern notification method
WHMCS 5.3 support
Lifetime valid license
Discounted annual support and maintenance fee
For more information and purchasing options, please see https://aspnix.com/whmcs-modules-development/pushover-addon-for-whmcs/
WHMCS Slack allows you to post automatic updates to Slack when events happen in your WHMCS installation you can have an unlimited number of events and an unlimited number of channels. You can even post the same event to multiple channels but with a different message if you would like to.
The addon uses WHMCS hooks to post to slack when things happen. The following hooks are available in version 1.0:
When editing a hook you can add a channel and the message format you want to post to that channel.
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I'm not sure if this is a bug or the way it's supposed to behave and instead there's just not a very informative UI, but here's what's up:
A client, Ashley, has a master account and their developer, John, has a sub-account.
John's sub-account is configured (confirmed from WHMCS admin UI) such that "Support" email notifications are enabled.
When Ashley submits a ticket, John's sub-account should receive an email notification (from what I assumed from the Support email notification checkbox), but he does not.
If John submits a ticket he gets email notifications about it, but again, when the master account does, he does not.
The behaviour we're seeing right now is exactly how I would assume it would work if there were NO option to enable support ticket notifications in sub-accounts; any user (whether master or sub-account) that creates a ticket only gets notifications of updates to their own ticket.
But the existence of an Email Notifications section for sub-accounts would have me believe that if a sub-account is configured to receive support email notifications, they would get notifications for all tickets under the entire client/master account regardless of who submits them.
Can you confirm how that checkbox is supposed to behave? Is this a bug or expected behaviour? Thoughts on what I've written above about how I assumed this should work compared to how it actually works?
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