The eNom module integrates with eNom and allows you to register, transfer and update domain names in response to payments received.
Some of the features include:
|•||Automates the entire process of registration, transfer and renewal of domain names.|
|•||Collects extended information during the order process for domains that require it, reducing manual intervention.|
|•||Modify name servers associated with domain names right from within the admin area.|
|•||Automatic retry in case of failure|
This chapter contains the following sections:
|▪||eNom TLD List: List of TLDs supported by eNom and details about each of them.|
|▪||eNom Logs: Log of requests sent to and responses received from the eNom server.|
Configuring the eNom module typically involves the following steps. You can leave out ones that don't apply in your case:
|1.||Use Configuration > eNom > Configuration to enter your eNom username and password. If you do not enter a username and password, the system will not fetch the latest list of supported TLDs and therefore, you will not be able to proceed with any further steps. Also configure how many days before expiry of the domain name the invoice needs to be generated.|
|2.||Once you have entered a valid username and password in step 1, the system will start fetching the latest TLD list from the eNom servers. Open Configuration > eNom > eNom TLD List to see the TLD list. The system might still be fetching more TLDs while you are browsing the window. So, click refresh from time to time to see more TLDs. Once you see all the TLDs that you would like to configure, you can proceed with the next step.|
|3.||Use Configuration > eNom > Domain Configuration to configure domain name registration and transfer packages.|
When a customer orders and pays for a domain name, it will show up in the Management > eNom Domain Name Accounts window. You can view the progress of the domain name account from this window.