I basically need a programmer to develop a domain name monitoring script (checks domain name(s) for availability and tries to register them). I have limited knowledge of programming, scripting, etc... It just has to do the job...doesn't have to be fancy or cute. It can be dos based, web based, or just a program...whatever works on a windows OS and takes you the least time to program/script. Please email me for details: [email protected] ... Note that I am paying for this job.
I can code the lookup part for $250. It will work with Perl-based Unix accounts. It won't register domains, but will generate result files. You need to have access to shell account and the server must allow whois.
alldig, do you have an enom reseller account, or would you be picking one up? Our programmers recieved a quote request from you and are telling me that this can be done pretty simply and would not be all that expensive, if you want it integrated with the API of a company like enom.
It looks like you want this for multiple registrars ... why not stick with one and make it easy?
Answer these questions, and I'll PM our quote to you.
Yes..I have an enom masters reseller account with $6.95 pricing....the reason I wanted it to work with multiple registrars is because sometimes a registrar can be down or a registrar can change it's procedures. I rather have my options open and have the ability to change the specified registrar.
Try getting a program that will do that for you at www.download.com I have used a program like that, that checks availability daily, and notifies you as soon as a domain is about to expire or is expired...
We could automate this for you, by altering certain scripts, before i can tell you how difficult, how much and how long this will take, i need to know what registrar you will want to register the domain with. (or multiple registrars).
We will be cost effective, and guarantee your satisafaction.
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Welldrafted Consultants Inc. [email protected]
We have a script that pretty much does the whole lookup and collects payment for you. We've got authorize.net, paypal, and moneris as payment portals. We're going to plug into openSRS and enom in the next release.