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Setting account expirations and notices

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by ckrieg, Dec 2, 2004.

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  1. ckrieg

    ckrieg Registered

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    I just transfer over from plesk, and it had this awesome little feature that let you set the expiratoin date for that perticular domain. It would then send an email to the client and the hoster that the hosting would expire in x number of days. If that expiration date was not changed, the account would be suspended.

    Is there anything like this in cpanel or WHM? I havn't been able to find anything! The only thing I've found, is that if they go over their bandwidth that their account is canceled.

    Thanks!
     
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    richy Well-Known Member

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    You will need a billing system (such as WHMAutopilot , Modernbill or Lpanel) to do this for you. Failing that, you could create a simple utility to do it for you (the WHM API will allow you to use a Perl or PHP script to suspend/unsuspend/create/delete accounts as you need)
     
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