Certain companies have different departments. In this case, there is a gentleman who bought our product in his name for the company, so his account is set up on WHMCS, he now receives all emails and invoices. How does one set that the invoices get sent to a separate email? Like the accounts department.
I see there is a tab where you can add a sub contact in the contact itself but i do not know how to use it. Would that be the solution?
I'm trying to get my client's email archiving up and going... but the "single sign-on" function isn't working.
I also can't log in to my Marketplace account to start a support ticket either... not sure why if I'm logged into WHMCS.
So I need some help! How do I provision the Spam Experts module? Does my client need to be registered on the Spam Experts website (or do I need an account there too)?
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I can't seem to find any instruction about when the various emails are sent to the customer. This would be helpful for all emails but specifically I'm wondering what the difference is between "Credit Card Payment Due" and "Credit Card Payment Pending." Does it really charge the card, send the Pending email, and then also send the Payment Confirmation email immediately after when the payment finishes? It seems like annoying overkill if they get the Pending email for every transaction, but if it only gets sent under an unusual condition then I'd like to know what that is.
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