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  1. #1
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    Tucows/OpenSRS and WHMCS?

    Hello, someone manages domains of Tucows with WHMCS?

    Thanks.

  2. #2
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    You will have to create your own plugin or contact WHMCS.com about requesting it..

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  3. #3
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    My problem is different, i need an user with opensrs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt.G View Post
    You will have to create your own plugin or contact WHMCS.com about requesting it..

    Current Supported Methods
    Domain Registrars
    Enom
    DirectI (Improved!)
    Nominet
    OpenSRS (Improved!)
    ResellOne (Improved!)
    OnlineNIC
    PlanetDomain (Improved!)
    DistributeIT
    TPPInternet (Improved!)
    RegisterFly
    Stargate
    NetEarthOne (NEW!)
    12Register
    Tucows uses the opensrs api so it's already covered.
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    Just an FYI - Tucows and OpenSRS are one in the same. OpenSRS is the name of our domain registration platform.

  6. #6
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    I think the OP is requesting someone that is actively using the OpenSRS integration. Am I wrong?

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    I actually paid WHMCS to have the OpensSRS plugin written. When I first got my hands on it it wasn't working properly with cctld's and it didn't seem like it was much of a priority for them. Eventually I gave up as I got out of public domain registration. It's been a few years since I've tried it but maybe I'll give it a go tonight.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Evolver View Post
    I actually paid WHMCS to have the OpensSRS plugin written. When I first got my hands on it it wasn't working properly with cctld's and it didn't seem like it was much of a priority for them. Eventually I gave up as I got out of public domain registration. It's been a few years since I've tried it but maybe I'll give it a go tonight.
    What plugin?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dixtech1 View Post
    What plugin?
    The WHMCS OpenSRS/Tucows plugin. People were requesting it on the WHMCS forums so I paid WHMCS to create the plug in for me which now is included with WHMCS.

    I also had the OpenSRS/Tucows plugin written for ClientExec which worked great. I later released it to CE so it can be incorporated into CE.


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