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    As a Enom reseller ... !?!

    Hello,

    I am a reseller of eNom reseller and I'd like to know the following :

    1. For Domain registration and management, I am looking at DRAMS ! Is that the best avaliable or any other alternatives ? If any of you are reseller, which script do you use ??

    2. As a eNom reseller, can i offer the " Free value Added Services " like eNom directly offer with every domain registered thru' my service??

    3. How do i offer complete whois searcj on my site ?/ which is the best script to perform the whois ??

    4. Can i offer Domain name transfers under my service for my customers ??

    5. Can i copy or use their legal policies for my site also ??

    Thank you
    Cheers

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    1. No opinion

    2. Yes, if your clients will be using the eNom (default) name servers. But most of these go out the window when your users switch to a hosting company's name servers, including yours.

    3. You have this if you are using their API (there are functions for all this) or their PDQ, or if the script your use allows for it. I think DRAMS does.

    4. Yes. The level of automation depends on which script your are using.

    5. Actually, I think you have to. You and all your customers are legally bound to abide by eNom's TOS and other legal requirements.

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    rapidtransit : thanks you for the reply.

    In case of domain transfers, you had mentioned this

    4. Yes. The level of automation depends on which script your are using.
    I believe DRAMS does transfres, but I'd like to know which script offers the best automation ? or do you suggest using what eNom offers for handling transfers ??

    I'd be Interested to know the feedback on DRAMS and any other potential alternatives for the same ??

    Thanks

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    enom transfers work fine enough - better than most others actualy. DRAMs uses enom for transers.

    DRAMs works fine, and ver. 3 is comeing out in a couple of weeks to. It has a few more bells and whistles. This is their forum:

    http://www.dramsystem.com/forum/index.php

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    Hmm..is DRAMs compatible with GoDaddy's reseller program?
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    http://www.dramsystem.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=40

    I'll paste it here but that's the original link:

    eNom has just posted notice that they have already activated a new
    restriction on eNom reseller accounts.
    Any new reseller accounts (sub-accounts) cannot be set to prices lower than
    $8.95 for .com,.net,.org,.info,.biz and .us tlds.
    We reccomend you REMOVE YOUR RESELLER LINK off of your site IMMEDIATLY!
    Drams will create the sub account, but all prices will not be set correctly. The prices cannot be changed manually to anything
    less than 8.95. The only way you can offer reseller accounts at this point
    is at 8.95 or above.

    We will update you as more information becomes available.

    DRAMS Staff
    First I've heard of this, anyone got any info?
    Gary Harris - the artist formerly known as Dixiesys
    resident grumpy redneck

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    Yes, it's been done. There are a number of threads on WHT on the subject. Search on "enom."

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    Dangit I just did that, am I going blind? haha ok I'll try it one more time and try it with my eyes open I guess.
    Gary Harris - the artist formerly known as Dixiesys
    resident grumpy redneck

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    Okay, i will use the eNom script itself for handling transfers..if that works very fine.

    How about the whois script...which is the best one to use..i prefer a PHP one, but if there is a better one in CGI, i wouldn't mind using the cgi counterpart.Any suggestions ??

    Thanks

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    I use a php whois - don't know it's name (wifey installed it )

    www.HostScripts.com


    The DRAM warning about the enom resellers price increase was great - they even beet enom in warning us sub-resellers to fix our prices to reflect the changes - a thing enom did a bit later.

    I like the new enom price structure however, but only becuase I'm a new enom reseller and more into reselling domains than cheap accounts. Might even collect enough money someday to be a ETP (full enom reseller)

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    ENOM POP3 EMAIL ACCOUNT

    One of our latest service additions.
    Offers a higher degree of versatility for your email needs.
    Low price of $19.95 for 10 email boxes per domain per year.
    Maximize your domain's visibility.
    No advertising.
    Permanent and professional identity.
    Easily add and manage your users. (No waiting periods)
    Web based access. Check your email from wherever you are.

    Is this available for resellers?
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    eNom POP3 ten-pack was just made available to ETPs for $9.95 (I don't know if that's for all ETP levels). Don't know if you can set it up on a sub-sub or not.

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