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  1. #1
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    WHM Autopilot - Feedback Please

    Does anyone have any feedback regarding their Version 3 release? I've submitted a request to see if they have a demo version available, as I don't want to waste time with a free trial.

    I saw on their website that they are releasing a new version within the next 4 weeks which will provide a number of enhancements.

    I am NOT looking for recommendations. I am requesting feedback of experiences, features or anything related to WHMAP

    Thanks in advance.
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    I believe this is in the wrong section,

    But, To be honest, I liked whmap before but now they changed, Their order forms arent that good. WHMCS is currently the best in the market right now as i can tell.

    WHMAP v3 has been out for a long time, i havent seen much talk about it on wht.

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    I personally like the new order forms. I forget what the older forms looked like.
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    Do you have a link to the new order forms?

    But.. I'm glad that they are planning to intregrate with Virtuozzo!

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    Well, its not their official demo or anything, just another service providers. Heres one I found:

    http://www.hiyacorp.com/billing/checkout.php

    Edit: and of course you can integrated it and customize it. I saw a few that were customized very well.
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    Yeah, I know you can customize it, But their virtuozzo intregation sounds *Awesome*

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    Yeah, saw that as well. Would have to do a lot of work to take advantage of that though, as well as many other larger providers. I'm sure with using that, you would have to create an IP pool, which depending on how you currently manage your IP addresses, it may be difficult to migrate it. I know for us it would.
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    yeah it would be really hard.

    Their order system is kind of okay, But i used them and most of future clients felt they had to enter too much info/typing

    With whmcs, signing up is a breeze

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    after playing with whmapv3 extensively for the last week and integrating it into my design. I'm gonna say its definitely something. The remote satellite profiles is one of the sweestest feature on any billing system.
    Although there are still some things missing from it such as modules that support vps(hypervm,virtuzzo,,,). whmap is something worth looking into, especailly if you have multiple brands .
    Can't wait for their "update" in couple of weeks, he is promising
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    RestoreMax,

    I greatly appreciate your feedback. Do you have an example online of your integration?
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    oh, another excellent feature i like about whmap is the in depth addon management

    you can set what is require for an addon. IE: if you get cpanel, you must get linux...
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    Any other feedback?
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    Quote Originally Posted by VN-Ken View Post
    Any other feedback?
    Personally, we are moving away from WHMAP. There has been little development since late last year, and the HTML outputted by the client scripts themselves (not the templates) is very broken and completely messed up our layout unless the browser is forced into "Quirks Mode".

    Also, the order forms are way too buggy and disorganized. On the 2nd page, if you don't enter the coupon code AFTER selecting a domain, it is not applied.

    I have filed bug reports against it, without even so much as an acknowledgement they were being fixed (one of which was filed late last year for a simple HTML fix, and is still open).

    And finally, the forums are pretty much dead as well. The first sign of a dying product.

    We are hoping to switch to WHMCS this coming weekend or next.
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    I've worked on a few integrations for WHMAP3 (its been about 6 months now). I personally thought they were a huge pain to integrate but seems to have some potential as I saw in the client area.

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