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Charging system
#1
Ok guys, last little hitch in my plan. I haven't spent money yet and i would like be 100% sure of how im getting my return on it before i do. Smile

What is the easiest way to have a regular charging system?

Cheers, Adam
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#2
Client exec.
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#3
I use ClientExec but beware the initial set up is a B.I.T.C.H.
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#4
clientexec is well designed and looks great but if you want another option you can look at http://www.whmcs.com/
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#5
I highly dislike ClientExec. It is almost impossible to make it look and feel like your site.

Setting up products is like pulling teeth.

I strongly recommend WHMCS (http://www.whmcs.com). It is light weight, easy to modify to fit your site and doesn't require a lot of knowledge to get started.


P.S. WHMCS Doesn't require half of what ClientExec requires to run.
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#6
From a customers point of view I rather use WHMCS
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#7
I agree. WHMCS covers billing and support rather nicely!
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#8
I prefer ClientExec. It is a little pain in the ass to setup at first, but once its setup, its smooth sailing.
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#9
nextgi Wrote:I highly dislike ClientExec. It is almost impossible to make it look and feel like your site.

Setting up products is like pulling teeth.

I strongly recommend WHMCS (http://www.whmcs.com). It is light weight, easy to modify to fit your site and doesn't require a lot of knowledge to get started.


P.S. WHMCS Doesn't require half of what ClientExec requires to run.
I agree highly! Plus, TCadmin and WHMCS go hand and hand and are more supported than ever. CE is almost getting depreciated along with Plesk Billing. WHMCS works with TCadmin and with Luis creating the new module, it's god-like.
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#10
ClientExec works with TCAdmin.
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dualcore1289 Wrote:ClientExec works with TCAdmin.

Works, yes; backed by TCadmin and TCadmin community, eh, not so much.
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#12
I hate cleintexec's guts only because you have to enter the different prices for each one, wish it would just calculate it
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#13
dualcore1289 Wrote:ClientExec works with TCAdmin.

So does WHMCS Wink
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#14
Yeah,

ClientExec doesn't have a very good module base. The community is not very active. Same with ModernBill (Plesk). The modules for both of these are falling off everyday and support just sucks from Plesk.

WHMCS also supports more payment gateways and merchant accounts.
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#15
if you dont want to do anything and your really lazy you can just use paypal all the way but i would not recommend that doesnt look good
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