Change Log for June 2013

The following changes or updates were applied to OpenSRS Services in the month of June, 2013:

Domain Service:

  • ICANN Compliance: Introduce Mandatory Day -3 Renewal Notice, Make 30-Day Renewal Notice Mandatory
  • General: Return WHOIS Information for Names in Redemption
  • General: Improved lookup speed for ccTLDs when a direct match is found.
  • ccTLDs: Modified .ME Revoke Period
  • ccTLDs: Automated .MX, .CH, .LI and .AT registrations
  • ccTLDs: Introduced OR.AT and .CO.AT registrations
  • ccTLDs: Introduced .BE IDNs (view a list of available IDN characters)
  • ccTLDs: Introduced .PH domains (Philippines)
  • ccTLDs: Modified .AS Registration, Renewal and Transfer Terms
  • ccTLDs: Introduced Mandatory Billing Contact for .MD
  • ccTLDs: Added collection of ID Numbers for .MY Orders
  • ccTLDs: Added registrant_type to .CO.ZA and .MX
  • ccTLDs: Removed Multi-Year Registrations for .IO
  • ccTLDs: Added support for .MY Registrant Transfers
  • ccTLDs: Added collection of VAT ID for .CL Registrations

OpenSRS Email Service

  • Webmail:
    • Fixed signature display when composing a message
    • Fixed various editor bugs in Chrome/Safari
    • Fixed filtering for messages with no subjects
    • Fixed misc. calendar bugs
    • Fixed "move to folder" and "mark read/unread" menu options in full message view so they display properly
    • Fixed various language issues
    • Fixed a bug when selecting multiple recipients
    • Fixed and issue where the send message button would not work if the user removed the message text
    • Fixed many minor interface and usability issues
Publishing Service:
  • Adjusted the goMobi Domain Admin window size

Trust Service

  • Added SiteLock and TRUSTe to Monthly Financial Statement

Tools/API

  • Further updates to beta versions of WHMCS plugins.

A quick note about this Change Log:

Other bug fixes, and updates to OpenSRS systems that aren't noticeable to resellers are promoted on a weekly basis. This may include updates to support changes made by registries, or other suppliers to their systems. We're always working to improve performance and stability of our systems.

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3 Comments

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    Dan Rodgers

    .ME isn't really a gTLD now is it...

    Excellent that more TLDs are now being automated, but could you perhaps explain why you're removing multi-year renewals for .IO ? 

    Also will you be supporting the new transfer method for ICB (.IO / .SH / .TM / .AC) domains as they switched from free transfers to being the more standard transfer model on 28th May?

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    James Koole

    Hi Dan -

    Thank you for the catch on .ME not being a gTLD and I'm glad to hear you appreciate the work to automate a few more ccTLDs.

    For .IO, the reason we're doing single year only is to keep things simple. The registry allows 1, 2 and 5 year registrations, but that is quite unique amongst the various registries, so we think it's preferable to do only 1-year registrations to avoid having build in all the logic to support those odd term requirements (and so our resellers don't need to worry about that as well).

    As for the new transfer model for .IO, .SH, .TM and .AC domains, we will make the switch to support that in an upcoming release.

    Thanks for the comments!

    James.

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    HostVN

    Hi,

    I hope you can improve domain contact modification's action, because sometimes the customer typed wrong email address, as example.

    From my check, I still need to fix it through Bulk Domain Changes, but I will prefer single domain name modification from WHMCS module more than.

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