That's a very good point. Revenue and profit will look fantastic for the next 12 months, and a great time to sell. OakleyCapital will do everything possible to hide the client backlash and churn that will take place once a suitable alternative has been developed. Once an alternative has been developed I see a massive churn.I think OakleyCapital will sell cPanel in the next 12 months before the cashflow starts to decline, based in short-term higher valuation to some poor sod or large player who wants to kill the smaller webhost competition.
Fun fact, cPanel forums used to run vBulletin, they switched to XenForo that is now used todayvBulletin was takeover by investment company, Only 2 developers quit job and started their new software called XenForo.
domains are not counted, only accounts. And yes suspended accounts are counted as a part of the number of accounts on the server.Also don't forget about Alias, Addon and Subdomains I am sure that each one of these will be subjected and counted as part of the license fees too.
And I am sure any domains that are suspended will not be exempt and also be counted.
You could backup the account before term and restore once payment is made
Are you completely stupid? If this isn't resolved very quickly you're going to be losing a lot of customers including ourselves as you clearly don't care about your customers only your wallet.We want to make it easier to become a cPanel customer. Additionally, it is essential for us to provide licenses that target smaller instances, opening up a new revenue opportunity for our customers.
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