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08-08-06, 10:36 AM
Hello, wondering if we can do the following
Having payment made by post or directly ank transfert ?
I mean if we have on selection on methode of payement an offline solution? cause i'am in france & switzerland, and the used is ofte to get money directly to account of client by bank transfert, so will see if this will be enable in selection of method
Yes, there is a Bank Transfer and Mail in Payment option (both offline payment gateways) so you could have options for people to pay by post or bank transfer.
08-08-06, 11:17 AM
Thanks for quick response
Another question :
When aproximativly integration of plesk cron is planned?
Is the version we buy totaly in ioncube encrypted?
What the way it's need too doo if we whant to integrated an european registar? (i have to talk with them about your product and look how can we proceed? there is technical info that i can grab to look if it's possible)
Is it possible to do category for options (support addon, option addon etc)
And thanks for the good script you made
Hi, in answer to your questions:
1. No date is set for Plesk integration
2. WHMCS is encrypted using Ioncube and is fully customisable via the templates including adding your own PHP code
3. There is a modular registrar system to allow you to add your own registrar modules if you are familiar with PHP
4. Addons do not support categories.
08-08-06, 11:56 AM
So we have developped custom CMS for our user for website, classifieds ads and shopping cart, so if it's all crypted in ioncube, we will not be able to do actually the following that is? :
-Do unique session for our administrion of cms and WHM script
-Do cron job according addon user take that automaticly installed the package of script we developp
There is no price for bunddle script without uncription?
I see no reason why you could not do this by adding your own PHP code into the templates. Your system will need to use the WHMCS sessions system rather than making WHMCS use your own systems session system - it would be much easier for you to edit your own system than WHMCS but it would not be difficult to do.
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