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Hello everyone,

I was hoping someone might be able to help with this one.

I have a number of customers who have domains registered through us with 'RegistrarA'.

What I would like to do is when a customer's domain name renewal invoice is paid, the domain is automatically moved over to our reseller account with 'RegistrarB'. Is this possible?

At the moment the only way I can think of doing it is by disabling the domain module for 'RegistrarA' in WHMCS. When the domain renewal invoice is paid, the invoice will be paid but the renewal will fail. WHMCS will e-mail me, the admin, and then I can manually transfer the domain.

Is there a better way?

Many thanks

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We let our clients know we were changing registrars, since it involves them obtaining the EPP and approving the transfer (moving off Namecheap, who doesn't have a way to grab the EPP in WHMCS). We shut off autorenewal and have been moving them off as they are paid. We included a link to instructions along with an explanation of why in the upcoming notices as well as the first domain invoice generated.

Aside from a few that didn't pay any attention, it's been running smoothly.

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On 17/12/2020 at 8:44 PM, bear said:

We let our clients know we were changing registrars, since it involves them obtaining the EPP and approving the transfer (moving off Namecheap, who doesn't have a way to grab the EPP in WHMCS). We shut off autorenewal and have been moving them off as they are paid. We included a link to instructions along with an explanation of why in the upcoming notices as well as the first domain invoice generated.

Aside from a few that didn't pay any attention, it's been running smoothly.

Yes, that was my thought but was hoping there was an easier way that I wasn't aware of. Never mind and thank you for your response.

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