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Default ISPConfig 3 Billing Module

The ISPConfig 3 Billing Module is an extension for ISPConfig 3 to add billing and invoicing features to the ISPConfig 3 Control Panel. The Billing Module is tightly integrated into ISPConfig and can be accessed from within the ISPConfig 3 administrator login. Please find below the feature list and the download links for the manuals which describe all features in detail.

  • Create invoices by invoice editor.
  • Automatically create invoices based on recurring items / subscriptions (e.g.
  • domains, websites, support contracts, etc.).
  • Save invoices as PDF file.
  • Creation of credits.
  • Sending invoices via email.
  • Sending payment reminders via email.
  • Item templates
  • Email templates
  • Support for multiple clients / companies with separate account number ranges.
  • Providing client invoices in the ISPConfig login.
  • Expansion of client attitudes from ISPConfig to specific details such as bill payment, e-mail of the billing and payment gateway.
  • Automatic assignment of account numbers.
  • Creating recurring items based on the ISPConfig client templates.
  • The Billing Module is integrated in ISPConfig and ISPConfig can be accessed via the administrator login.
  • The Billing Module is delivered in source code, so that individual adjustments are possible.
  • Support for PayPal payments.
  • Dashboard plugin to display invoices in the client login.
  • External payment link landing page for automated payments from customers.

Please visit ispconfig.org for details and the online demo:

Till Brehm
Get ISPConfig support and the ISPConfig 3 manual from ispconfig.org.

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