Tracking domain expiration dates

geekinetdev

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I wanted to ask for a way in cPanel to track a clients domain expiration date? And/or create a report I can run and print out that shows all domains that are currently hosted on my server without having to click on each option of List Domains, List Subdomains, etc.?

Thanks
Karin :)
 

cPanelDavidG

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This doesn't seem like a feature request, so I moved it to one of the Q&A forums.

cPanel/WHM does not interact with domain registrars, so it would not be able to let you know when a domain expires at the registrar. Perhaps your billing automation solution can provide this functionality as many of those do interact with domain registrars.
 

JawadArshad

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I wanted to ask for a way in cPanel to track a clients domain expiration date? And/or create a report I can run and print out that shows all domains that are currently hosted on my server without having to click on each option of List Domains, List Subdomains, etc.?

Thanks
Karin :)
One of our very old customers quoted this Online Site Expiry Monitor on our forum a couple of months back and it seems to fit your requirement. You can check the original post here.
 
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Spiral

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You may want to try this out:

NDCHost - Account DNS Check plugin for cPanel/WHM

Basically checks all domains configured on your server and finds out which ones are actually pointing to the server and working and which ones are not working because they are hosted elsewhere, domain expired, or dead.

If the domain is actually working and pointing correctly, it will show up on the left side of the screen.

If the domain is dead or not pointing to your server, it will show up on the right side of the screen.