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Old 29th August 2005, 17:47
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Hi,
Good work on ISPConfig.

I'd also like to know how the modules are built, I have a couple of ideas that I'd like to try & then send them to you guys at the dev (if it works).


Sorry found the answer to my question "editng admin password". (i suppose being up 3days & 2 nights wasn't a good idea).

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Good work on ISPConfig.

I'd also like to know how the modules are built, I have a couple of ideas that I'd like to try & then send them to you guys at the dev (if it works).
You mean packages like the webmail and phpmyadmin packages?
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Old 30th August 2005, 00:01
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Yes, i think so.

What I'd like to do is something in php that will allow me to order Domains from my supplier for customer. At this time when I order I have to order using my data then transfer to the customer. This should be done with a script- making it a lot less work for me since I'm doing all of this on my own.
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Yes, i think so.

What I'd like to do is something in php that will allow me to order Domains from my supplier for customer. At this time when I order I have to order using my data then transfer to the customer. This should be done with a script- making it a lot less work for me since I'm doing all of this on my own.
Have you had a look at the ISPConfig code already?

You can do this by adding a small applet to the Tools section or by adding forms to the main ISP-Manager section. Another choice will be to make an extra module of it like the DNS-manager.
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Yes some parts of it. I'll try that later today.
Thanx, I'll keep you informed & post it when (if) this does what it's supposed to.
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Yes, i think so.

What I'd like to do is something in php that will allow me to order Domains from my supplier for customer. At this time when I order I have to order using my data then transfer to the customer. This should be done with a script- making it a lot less work for me since I'm doing all of this on my own.
You could use additional software like Whois.Cart ( http://whoiscart.net/ ) for this. Maybe you can integrate it into ISPConfig...
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