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AgileBill

AgileBill is a stand-alone, Web-based billing application that completely automates EBPP, subscription management, automated invoicing, recurring billing, account management, reporting, newsletters, and more. It also features optional modules for automating affiliate management, content protection and delivery, database mapping and syncing, Web hosting and domain provisioning, tickets (CRM), and more.

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  •  27 Nov 2008 01:18

    Release Notes: This release adds support for PHP, and changes license to open source.

    •  17 Jun 2005 05:44

      Release Notes: The File Module was added for group based file management and protection. The Login Sharing Module was added to detect and auto ban shared accounts. The E-mail Queue Module and Task were added. The Registrar Plugin for OnlineNIC was added. The Provisioning Plugin for Plesk PSA 7.5 that supports creating all domains under a single account was added. Support was added for EFTSecure.net, USAePay.com, InternetSecure, and Paymate.com.au payment processors.

      •  21 Apr 2005 16:35

        Release Notes: This release adds a DB mapping plugin for vBulletin 3.x, enhances the Top User, Product, and Affiliate graphs on the admin Overview page, improves the directory index locator for the htaccess module, adds recursive directory protection for the content protection module, and adds a block to list available protected areas in the account area for the Content protection module.

        •  31 Mar 2005 00:32

          Release Notes: This release adds support for PHP5, a provisioning plugin for the DirectAdmin Hosting Control Panel, a provisioning plugin for easyAdmin/DataPipe Hosting Control Panel, a provisioning plugin for PLESK PSA 7.5, and much more.

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