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  1. Your DNS provider will definitely let you add two -- just add two records
  2. You can do this under settings -> fraud prevention. You can block any countries you wish to there.
  3. You can achieve this through a client custom field.
  4. PayPal auto-payments already exist -- you just need to add PayPal through the rest api method. We'll be adding more options in future.
  5. Shouldn't be too long - it's quite high up on the list. We'll do whichever is more straightforward of Flutterwave or Razorpay first. Any other gateways that you would be interested in?
  6. Hi there - thanks for the feedback So the issue with Stripe and INR I think is that Stripe only allows fully incorporated businesses in India accept payments in currencies other than INR. So I think you want to switch your currency to INR? By default you can't change currency after creating your first invoice, but we can clear your brand for you and let you switch it. If you raise a ticket we'll handle this We've got some Indian gateways in the roadmap (e.g. Flutterwave / Razorpay) which I think are better suited for the Indian market.
  7. At the moment it would round robin - in other words, randomly select a server from the available pool - until you stop a server from accepting new accountsl
  8. Seb

    KYC

    This is exactly what we are intending. We're looking at doing this ourselves rather than relying on a third party like OnFido as the latter can be quite expensive and we want to keep costs as low as possible for endusers. The idea is that if a client is in 'review' status then they will be pushed through the KYC (Our internal ref: 820)
  9. So we were going to tackle this by having the concept of a 'vault'. Notes of a type 'encrypted' could be stored against a client or a contract product. They may be visible to clients or may not be. This is particularly useful if a client wants to share logins to for example their wordpress site for you to debug, or to an old host for a migration. We were also going to extend the idea to a central staff vault, so passwords that staff might need would be encrypted in a central panel like a password store. (Our internal roadmap ref: b892)
  10. This is coming - along with other changes to the order system 🙂
  11. You should be able to achieve this through settings -> triggers
  12. You can do this under settings -> fraud prevention
  13. We've got some neat ideas for this actually - so widgets you would create in the Upmind interface and it'll then give you a snippet of code to embed. Would be really useful not just for hosting but also to swap out things like Contact Form 7 or Ninja Forms from WordPress websites.
  14. Yes this is planned - as a notification method. Which SMS providers do you use?
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