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    eNom resellers - What "backorder" service do you offer?

    Ok, so it appears that the club drop system for eNom is not yet available for resellers to use via the reseller API.

    (Maybe I am mistaken?)

    Can anyone tell me what they do for their customers to offer backorder services? Do you just have an affiliate link and point them to pool or snapnames or something?

    Thanks!
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    Yes there is no other solution except to signup new resellers and ask them to bid using their account. I think all clubdrop transactions must go through Enom so that is the reason clubdrop services are not available on API.

    However, there are still sites (Snapcheck.com) that are using affiliate link in pointing to Enom clubdrop service. More information in obtaining an affiliate link should be available from Enom.
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  3. #3
    Originally posted by mdadnan
    I think all clubdrop transactions must go through Enom so that is the reason clubdrop services are not available on API.
    It's in the API, but unpublished. Here is from eNom technical support:

    Club Drop API Commands

    Get and sign up
    http://resellertest.enom.com/interf...ndate=2/13/2004

    Add
    http://resellertest.enom.com/interf...,testthat%2Ecom

    Update
    http://resellertest.enom.com/interfa...list=30_168988|10_168989&

    Delete
    http://resellertest.enom.com/interf...t=168989,168988

    Get private auction count.

    http://reseller.enom.com/interface....date==3/10/2004

    Get domains in private auction.

    http://reseller.enom.com/interface....esponsetype=xml

    Place new bids.

    http://reseller.enom.com/interface.a...ds&NewBids=407|2%20|SQUARENATION.NET|Private

    http://reseller.enom.com/interface....esponsetype=xml

    http://reseller.enom.com/interface....esponsetype=xml
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    Are you sure they were given to you to be published in public since they were not a published in the first place?

    Doesnt seem that smart does it?

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    The correspondance with the tech support did not mention it was private information. Merely that it was not yet included in the public API documentation. (In answer to specific question about this.)

    It is "use at your own risk", since the API commands are not published they may change...
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    hehe - they arent a "Not yet published" command - they have been there for over a year - but left out of publication on purpose. They were left out purposely becuase Enom does not want them published. I am sure the correspondance with the tech support did not indicate to disseminate the information either.

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