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I am using Upmind and openprovider together.

Recently a customer cancelled it's .ES registration, when I was checking if everything went oke. I saw the renewal date in openprovider as 15 February but the real renewal date for .es is 21 Ferbruary.
Now the domain renewal has been cancelled in upmind, but it doesn't cancel the auto-renew in openprovider. This could be tricky, causing openprovider to renew the domain but the upmind thinks it will cancel the domain on 21 february.

How is this done? Does it try to cancel the domain on 21 february?

It would be good if upmind checks the registration date in openprovider, and puts auto-renew on no when a domain is being cancelled.

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