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Full domain management (DNS, forwarding) possible ?




I have found quite a few discussions on the subject including




but they seem to be old and apply to older versions, so I'd like to check that crucial point for me : if we use Enom only, can our clients entirely manage their domains' functions on their own within the client side ?

Ours need to be able to check and update their domains' :

- DNS (custom servers or using "ours" ie Enom)

- URL forwarding

- Email forwarding, several addresses forwarded independantly


We currently use Enom's API in a custom site and use some of those features, and I could not test it either in this site's official demo or on the one we setup as it seems we can only experience that once a real domain working on Enom's DNS is in there ?


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we do not use Enom or any other existing registrars from within WHMCS but use our own manual method to register a domainname but I have not yet seen any possibility to enter a forwarding URL at the moment of domainname ordering or add the forwarding URL later to an already existing domainname.

How can I add URL forwarding (and charge the customer for it) when a new domainname is ordered and/or add it to existing domainnames if we do not use the Enom module




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You cannot use the features because there would be nowhere to send the data to if the registrar the domain is linked to is not supported.




In such a case, and I am thinking about .FR registrations here, would it be possible to connect our custom script to WHMCS so that it sends such data wherever we want ?

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