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Admin can select domain registrar module for a TLD on domain registration

Jeffric Pisuena shared this idea 1 year ago
Planned

It would be nice if an Admin can choose which domain registrar module to choose when registering a domain. Moving to another domain registrar module is not that easy since the TLD is binded on the domain registrar module you first use (with active products). Example: You can register a .com domain using Logicboxes and register another .com domain using Namesilo or Enom --- .com domain can use either Logicboxes module, Namesilo module etc.

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Highly needed feature. We have multiple registrars for domain registration but Blesta does not allow us to choose our desired registrar and it's amazing.

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A lot has changed with domains since this request came in. When customers order a domain, the TLD is linked to a registrar. I assume, that this is for staff either manually activating a domain order, or adding a domain manually where you want to override the TLD currently assigned to the registrar with a different registrar?

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When a TLD is ordered, there is a Registrar assigned to it in the Staff Area.

However, there should be a dropdown box available for the staff at the time of activating the domain to select the Registrar of choice.

Example: I use multiple registrar e.g. Namecheap, Namesilo, Internetbs, etc.. and my default register is Namecheap but I don't have the balance in m NC account and thus I want to register that domain for clients from my Namesilo account.

At present, there is no option to change the registrar at the time of activating the domain. So, we need an option where we should be able to select the domain registrar at the time of activation.

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I've created the following task https://dev.blesta.com/browse/CORE-4893

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Thanks, Paul. It will be great if you can add this to the 5.8 version (as I could see its set for 5.9).

Anyhow, thank you for considering this an essential feature that Blesta is missing.

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