ResellerClub Limits ReAdded

admin April 26, 2013News

We recently made an announcement that ResellerClub would be disabled in our newest upcoming release. After receiving some feedback from our users we’ve decided to keep the ResellerClub API active inside DesktopCatcher. Although we are keeping this registrar active, we’ve decided to re-enable the daily limit that this registrar was using in a previous version.

What do we mean by a daily limit? Each day your ResellerClub API will be limited to 1000 domain availability checks. After you’ve sent 1000 requests our software will automatically stop the ResellerClub thread and it will be reset again the following day. The limit is put in place to prevent anyone from sending too many requests to the registrar.

ResellerClub isn’t as “drop catcher friendly” as some of the other registrars in our software and we would recommend using some of the others before turning to ResellerClub (Specifically NameSilo, Godaddy/WildWestDomains, Moniker and eNom). Don’t forget, if you need a free ResellerClub account you can learn how to obtain one from us Here!

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2 thoughts on “ResellerClub Limits ReAdded

  1. Hi,

    It is very nice to read updates on the software.
    However I’m still waiting to get the software running after payment two weeks ago. Payment was received by you (check Paypal), no confirmation e-mail received (I checked if my e-mail was correct) and no activation key received.
    Could download setup program but without activation key no action.
    E-mailed twice if I could get an activation key (Paypal code given to check payment) but …. no respons.
    Maybe via this way?

    1. Solved.

      To be correct. After some doublechecks it seems that for some reason the e-mails from Desktopcatcher are seen as spam at Gmail level and not at level of my computersoftware (where I checked the spam-folder).
      I found the e-mails in my Gmail spam box. So, to be correct, my apologies.
      The mails were sent indeed by Desktopcatcher so my mistake.
      Starting testing Desktopcatcher now 🙂
      Kind regards.

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