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Old 13 Aug 2015, 20:45
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Yet another WHMCS thread

Is there a good solution for integrating WHMCS into vBulletin? Thanks.
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Old 13 Aug 2015, 20:50
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I've used WHMCS before working for some different hosts and its a ticket system in a sense... each ticket is like the clients personal thread between themselves and you the Staff so I'm lost as to why you would want to use a forum instead? Integrate to share logins sure but use a forum when they have something devoted to them just lost me completely! .

Explain! j/k j/k but you do have me curious .
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Old 13 Aug 2015, 21:28
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Originally Posted by TheLastSuperman View Post
I've used WHMCS before working for some different hosts and its a ticket system in a sense... each ticket is like the clients personal thread between themselves and you the Staff so I'm lost as to why you would want to use a forum instead? Integrate to share logins sure but use a forum when they have something devoted to them just lost me completely! .

Explain! j/k j/k but you do have me curious .
Thanks for your response! Though I think you have have the opposite idea of what I'm trying to do. I just want to integrate the user database and theme, I want to use WHMCS for support and billing and the forum is just a public discussion forum regarding things unrelated to client accounts.

I can handle the theme part, but does there exist a plugin or script that makes it easier to integrate the databases or perform some sort of dual-login? Thanks again.
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Old 13 Aug 2015, 23:50
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Your best bet is to design a theme matching your WHMCS theme. As for using the userbase, wouldn't it be more easier to make it optional for the clients to join?
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Old 14 Aug 2015, 01:15
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Your best bet is to design a theme matching your WHMCS theme. As for using the userbase, wouldn't it be more easier to make it optional for the clients to join?
I found a plugin that will apparently give WHMCS users one-click access to the forum, along with a matching theme that I'm designing myself, that works for me.
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Old 14 Aug 2015, 02:36
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Originally Posted by Rekinu View Post
I found a plugin that will apparently give WHMCS users one-click access to the forum, along with a matching theme that I'm designing myself, that works for me.
Well????????????

See my sig, laugh that I asked "where" and if you don't mind post everyone a link, they will surely love you for it!

Edit: Ahh I found it on their site - http://www.whmcs.com/appstore/ and its a commercial type mod so I didn't post a direct link but to anyone wanting to find this simply visit that link and in the search box type "vBulletin" without quotes naturally and it will come up!
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