Cancelled: WHMCS Domain Due Date Syncer

UPDATE: As WHMCS themselves have (finally) implemented a basic version of this I am discontinuing development on this particular module – Not a lot of point duplicating something which is now inbuilt.

It can be a struggle dealing with domains as a provider, as often clients pay late out of habit (or company policy) which when it comes to domains can be both painful, and costly if the tld doesn’t have a Renewal Grace Period (or just a really short one). This can lead to domains entering restoration periods where it costs considerably more to renew the domain.

The Domain due date syncer (I couldn’t think of a shorter name, sorry) is a simply module which alters Active domain’s next due date to be the expiry date minus X days.

This can be set from the Module Options and defaults to 7 days.

This hooks into the daily cronjob and runs each day with that which should ensure new domains are updated and old ones are kept in sync with renewals and other changes, however if required it can also be run from the Addons page.

This module is pretty much ready to go so I hope to have it packaged up and available pretty soon and am looking at offering a yearly leased license for £10/year or  an owned license for £20.

For future releases:

I’m planning to expand on this module to enable admins to set different periods depending on the domains TLD, so you can set a domain with a TLD with no renewal grace period 10 days, but one which has 30 days grace just 3 as an example.

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Coming soon: WHMCS Scheduler

Often when running a web hosting business you find you want to make changes such as price or even configurations at a specific time, and sitting at the PC 24/7 isn’t always the best option.

I’ve been developing the “WHMCS Scheduler” which enables me to easily schedule database changes, which are then executed by minutely cron.

At the moment I am looking at having “Add” types, Domain Price change, Product Price change and “raw” db change.

The module isn’t quite ready for release yet as I am looking at making the add forms much prettier (as you can see it’s a quite ugly). I’m also looking to add a lot more features to enable web hosts to easily configure and manage changes, and making it all much more user-friendly.

Any comments on this, or suggestions PLEASE leave in the comments or contact me directly as it will all help make the first released version awesome. 🙂

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