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Monthly Reporting

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by Jericon, Jun 19, 2008.

  1. Jericon

    Jericon Guest

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    I'm looking for a solution in which I can have the bandwidth, and disk space usage from the client reporting in Plesk emailed to a specific address automatically.

    It is important as this information is going to my accounting department to ensure that customers are being billed for accurate usage. The only way to run this, that I can see, is by logging in as the admin or the client and manually requesting the report. We do not want accounting to have full access to the server, and cannot give them client access as those accounts belong to each of our customers.

    Does anyone know of any way to have these reports automatically sent after a given time period?

    Thanks,
    -J
     
  2. yurtesen

    yurtesen Guest

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    I guess you can use a product which integrates with Plesk, for example modernbill also from Parallels. http://www.modernbill.com/

    But why bother when you can use a product which has integrated billing, for example H-Sphere. H-sphere can bill your customers automatically, send notifications to customers in debt, suspend customer accounts which are in debt, allow credit limits etc. http://www.psoft.net/HSdocumentation/admin/managing_debtors.html
    as well as it lets you create flexible plans where you can bill for almost any resource you are offering http://www.psoft.net/HSdocumentation/admin/creating_and_editing_plans.html as well as accept credit cards online http://www.psoft.net/HSdocumentation/admin/merchant_gateway_manager.html etc.

    The only thing left to you is to collect money :)

    Thanks,
    Evren
     
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