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do i recieve payment right away with domain provisioned with email notification registrar ?

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do i recieve payment right away with domain provisioned with email notification registrar when client pays or after i manually accept order in whmcs?

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1 hour ago, kingsleymensah said:

do i recieve payment right away with domain provisioned with email notification registrar when client pays or after i manually accept order in whmcs?

the two should be independent of each other - so you'll receive payment when you receive payment - the choice of registrar method shouldn't have any effect on receiving payment.

https://docs.whmcs.com/Email

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The Email registrar module is used when you are manually taking care of your customers' domain registrations and management. This can occur when you are using a domain registrar that does not have an API or a registrar that does not presently have an integration with WHMCS.

The module does not connect to any registrar to automatically register, transfer, or make changes to any domains. Rather, in place of automatic connections, it will send an email to predefined contacts alerting them to the requested registration, transfer, or other change. This allows your staff to make the changes manually and update your system.

When a domain registration, transfer or renewal invoice is paid by a client an email will be sent to staff notifying them manual action is required. The recipient email addresses are specified in the module configuration under Setup > Products/Services > Domain Registrars.

ideally, you shouldn't be provisioning until you've received payment - although you can if you want to do so as using the Email Registrar is a manual process.

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