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Permit a grace period after a package expires

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#1 Feld0


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Posted 01 August 2012 - 06:48 AM

Currently, Nexus automatically shifts a package from the "active" state straight to the "expired" state if its expiry date passes. There's no facility to permit a package to have a grace period, however, during which it remains active past its expiry date just in case a client missed the due date for some reason.

Many hosting companies offer a courtesy grace period, out of respect for whatever you host with them and their relationship with the client, in case you miss the invoice deadline. What would be very convenient is if a per-package grace period could be configured in Nexus that keeps a package active for a number of days and sends a reminder email once the package has entered the grace period. The package would then transition to the "expired" state at the conclusion of the grace period.

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#2 Clodo76


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Posted 11 April 2013 - 11:07 AM



I have the same problem, sometime Paypal recurring subscriptions arrive with some hours of delay.


IPS can add this option, and consider it when task expirePackages do his checks?


At least, any information about how i can create an hook, expirePackages is encoded...

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