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Can someone tell me what cronjobs I have to insert into Cpanel for everything to work the way it's supposed to... I didnt do the cron jobs during installation and can't seem to find which ones I have to run.

 

If you can please list the cron-jobs I have to run, what it does and how often it runs it would be appreciated. Thanks!

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Just go to Configuration > Automation Settings in the admin area. Details can be found there.

 

Matt

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Yeh I just did that. Thanks!

 

When a customer signs up I've set the package to create the account after they pay their first invoice. Is the creation of the account instant after they pay?

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So this is the only cron job that i'm supposed to run?

 

0 9 * * * php -q /home/MyUserName/public_html/whmcs/admin/cron.php > /dev/null

 

There are no other cron jobs that I have to run?

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Thats right,

 

That cron job runs other stuff, like Invoicing, Reminders, suspensions and terminations.

 

Hope that helps :)

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Guys, since i shifted to gmail, my cron job does not work.

I have set up the smtp settings correctly, but i do not get any mails still.

 

any help?

thanks

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Is the cron job actually working, but you're just not receiving the report email? Changing your email address in Setup > Administrators wouldn't cause the cron to stop. Check Utilities > Activity Log to make sure the cron is running.

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thanks buddy...................

 

Hi

 

But how do you set up the cron job to actually run automatically... I can see the line of code:

 

php -q C:\HostingSpaces\internal\mydomain.com\wwwroot/admin/cron.php

 

Cheers

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