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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