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Hello . how to configure an EPP access in my WHMCS? thank you for helping me

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13 minutes ago, g.euloge said:

Hello . how to configure an EPP access in my WHMCS? thank you for helping me

if you mean that you want your clients to be able to access this information for each of their domains, then as long as the registrar assigned to your clients domain(s) supports EPP, when the client clicks on "Manage Domain" from their Domains page...

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they should see a "Get EPP Code" link in their sidebar.... if they don't see it, then either the registrar assigned to that domain doesn't support EPP (some don't), or perhaps you're using a custom or outdated template...

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if you mean that you want to enable EPP for particular TLDs, then you can do that on the Domain Pricing page - but be aware that not all TLDs support using EPP codes.

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thank of your reply..but

By the way, I want to sell .bj at home. the registrar of this domain gave me EPP access. Now, I want that when the customers come on my page for the purchase of a domain .bj for example, when it launches the search, they can find the list of the domain .bj available. I do not know how to integrate EPP accesses in whmcs

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Hello @g.euloge

One of the first things you will need to do is setup Domain Pricing for the .bj domain you can do this by adding the domain under Setup > Domains > Domain Pricing in your admin area this guide will help you https://docs.whmcs.com/Domain_Pricing#Adding_a_New_TLD

Once done, your clients should be able to register the domains via the registrar you have setup as long as they support .bj registrations.

Lastly, you may need to setup a WHOIS Server Entry for the .bj WHOIS the steps at https://docs.whmcs.com/WHOIS_Servers will help you to do this if you need to do so

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