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For some reason I can't get it working, i have tried multiple times and the accounts created in whmcs are not being created in whm. If someone is willing to help me with this, i'll give them a lifetime offshore hosting account.

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Thanks.

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i have the same problems .

i also can not import the manually created accounts in WHM .

error message is : Module Command Error

Sorry, the password you selected cannot be used because it is too weak and would be too easy to crack. Please select a password with strength rating of 50 or higher. (Required Password Strength on general settings in this moment is 1 ) .

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I'm part way there. I've just started getting set up and have managed to get a user cpanel account setup from whmcs.

 

First, make sure your server is connected to whmcs (Setup->server). There should be a whm button that connects to your control panel.

 

Then under the hosting product->module tab, check Automatically setup the product as soon as an order is placed.

 

I had to make the invoice be $0.00 so that whmcs figured that it was paid and created the account..

 

It doesn't seem matter if the order is pending or active. I have another order that has a balance remaining, but making it active doesn't create the account.

 

I hope this helps someone, and that those who already know can help land it fully.

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Edented

 

for the setup to trigger automatically

 

where did you set up the $0.00 value for the invoice ?

 

products/services tab , pricing ?

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when i use the client area works but using the php API the creation of the cpanel account didn't works someone can help?

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