We are pleased to announce the release of WHMCS 6.0.2.
This update contains maintenance updates for the 6.0 series of WHMCS. Both a full release and incremental patch set upgrade are being made available.
Posted by Matt on Tuesday, August 18th, 2015
An update of WHMCS's OpenSRS gateway module is available for download to accommodate for immediate service-level changes provided by OpenSRS.
On Monday at 10:30pm EST, OpenSRS reset the passwords associated with reseller domains. This change rendered all domain management, for existing domains, non-functional in the OpenSRS module provided by WHMCS.
In response to this, the WHMCS development team has updated the OpenSRS module to use an alternative authentication method which removes the reliance on the reseller web interface domain passwords.
This module is compatible with both WHMCS v5.3.x* and v6.0. Once you deploy this updated module, all OpenSRS functionality will be restored.
If you have any questions regarding the services provided by OpenSRS or their recent changes, please contact OpenSRS support at [email protected]
As always, if you have any question about WHMCS our technical support team is available
* This Hotfix is compatible with PHP 5.3 and later. Please contact WHMCS support if you require a version compatible with PHP 5.2.
Posted by WHMCS Andrew on Thursday, August 13th, 2015
It is that time again, for HostingCon! This year we're on a mission to meet and talk with as many users, partners and integrators as possible. And boy, do we have lots to talk about - with the launch of 6.0, the new integration possibilities that brings, our upcoming roadmap and exciting opportunities such as our upcoming App Store relaunch.
We have something for everyone at HostingCon this year. Every attendee will receive a voucher towards a WHMCS product in their HostingCon goodie bag, and one lucky attendee will win an Apple Watch... so be sure to check your bag to find out if you've won!
If you would like to reach out to us, drop us an email at [email protected]
or tweet #TalkWHMCS
and we'll be in touch.
We wish you a safe journey to San Diego, and we look forward to seeing you there.
Posted by WHMCS Sean on Sunday, July 26th, 2015
On July 31st, 2015, Public Interest Registry (PIR), the Registry Operator for the .org domain, is increasing the annual registration price by $0.80 USD.
As a result of this registry increase, the cost of registering and/or renewing a .org domain will be increasing for all domain registrars, and in turn will affect prices for our eNom and ResellerClub users.
For our ResellerClub users, the current base price of $9.45/year will be increasing to $10.05/year and for our eNom users, the current base price of $9.85/year will be increasing to $10.45/year. Despite the $0.80 price increase, you'll notice our sub-reseller prices are only increasing by 60 cents. This is due to both the domain registrars and ourselves absorbing some of the cost increase to offer our clients the best possible rates.
eNom users will also be receiving an email notice from eNom regarding this price increase.
You may be asking, what does this mean for me?
On July 31st, you will want to review your domain pricing in WHMCS for the .org TLD and adjust it as necessary to maintain the profit margin you desire. To adjust the domain pricing go to Setup > Products/Services > Domain Pricing inside your WHMCS admin area and click on Open Pricing next to the .org TLD.
Before that date however, you might also like to consider renewing any .org domains you own to avoid the upcoming price increase.
In the meantime, if you have any questions or concerns regarding this update, please do not hesitate to contact our support team
Posted by WHMCS Sean on Friday, July 24th, 2015
We are pleased to announce the release of WHMCS 6.0.1.
This is a maintenance release addressing issues discovered since the 6.0.0 release. Both a full release and incremental patch set upgrade are being made available.
We have been really pleased to see such a high adoption rate of 6.0 in its' first week of release and the positive reception it has received from users.
We have some very exciting plans ahead for version 6, and work is already underway towards the 6.1 release which will see the introduction of a number of new order form choices.
Posted by Matt on Thursday, July 16th, 2015