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    Migrating from WHMCS to Clientexec


    anyone experience migrating (client, package, domain, server, etc) from WHMCS to client exec?

    Need suggestion from all of you.

    Andri S.

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    Join Date
    Mar 2003
    You should contact Clientexec on this so they can assist you.
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    I believe they have a tool that will help you migrate from WHMCS to ClientExec; check out their forums.
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    Jan 2003
    I've done it. I imported the clients and invoices. I don't believe anything else was imported if I remember correctly because I still had to set up the packages, add the kb again, and even some clients.

    I think from start to finish it took around 9 or 10 hours, but it was completely worth it.

    Once you get used to CE, it's awesome.
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