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Multiple Billing Accounts using One Login

Rob Dokuchie shared this idea 7 years ago
Under Consideration

We desperately need to be able to use ONE login for multiple billing accounts.

I'd prefer a username and password login, after which the client could view each of their billing accounts.

We have multiple clients who have multiple businesses, but only want to use one email for correspondence. Changing WHMCS to utilize username/password instead of email/password would allow us to create seperate billing accounts under the same contact.

No sub accounts won't suffice, no forwarders are not a solution, and yes we do have more than one client who needs this.

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I'm pretty sure something like this had been mentioned before, but had a silly stupid brain flash the other day. This recent comment email reminded me of it.

In short, the feature would offer the abilities that a cPanel reseller account would have.

Including the ability to:

- turn off/on copies of user emails/notifications for billing, services/expirations, account updates/passwords/etc

- see all of their "resold" customers' packages, domains, DNS, new email/password, etc

- and ONLY have to use their SINGLE LOGIN to access all of that info (and not have to come up with time consuming workarounds, like email forwards or +folder email mods)

While WHMCS continuously fails in adding this core functionality to their software, all of us have to suffer

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We REALLY need this!!! We are taking on clients who have 4-40 nursing facilities, each it's own corporation but the main office has one AP department. We're having to create cPanel forwarder email addresses on each account to handle this requirement...

PLEASE add this feature.

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Anyone that thinks this is going to be implemented after people have been literally begging for the past 7 years is absolutely kidding themselves, the whmcs requests area is a place good ideas come to die.