Article ID: 5356, created on Jun 4, 2008, last review on Apr 16, 2012

  • Applies to:
  • Plesk Billing


Through the use of a registrar module or modules, Plesk Billing can automate the process of reselling and managing domains. Depending on what the registrar's API supports, the module can enable the ability for clients to manage everything from DNS to whois to renewals through the Plesk Billing client interface. Our integration with eNom is a good example of what's possible.

Plesk Billing can integrate with any number of different registrars. For each registrar you would like to sell a TLD through, you would need to set up the registrar module, create a TLD entry, and tie that TLD to the registrar module. You would then also need to tie the TLD to a domain registration product.

Adding a Registrar Module

On the registrar modules page, you will see two main lists. The upper list, which is shorter, includes modules that have been included in the system by default. The second, longer list, contains module that are available to be added. To add one of these modules to your system, click on the icon with the green plus sign (+). You will be taken to that module's configuration page where you can both enable the module and configure it for use.

Enabling and Configuring a Registrar Module

To enable a module that has already been added to the system, click on the pencil icon for the module. This will bring you to the configuration screen, where you can both enable and configure the module. While each module is configured in the same basic way, there are some differences. Please click the approriate link to find configuration for your registrar module:

  • distributeit
  • dotster
  • enom
  • eurodns
  • internetx
  • ispproxy
  • namecheap
  • nominet
  • opensrs
  • registercom
  • resellone
  • Go Daddy
  • Wild West Domains

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