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Abuse Manager Pro (WHMCS Module)

Abuse Manager Pro (AMP) is a WHMCS addon that helps admins with the daily chores of abuse reports, and followups and turns their lives into a walk in the park!

Although many people use support tickets, that method requires a lot of work and many different methods to help streamline the process. With AWP, everything is within the module and there is no need to use multiple pages, and applications no more with a traditional messy set up.

The system allows you to receive abuse reports from 3rd parties, either by emails (using a fetching technique by php_imap) or by a public facing report abuse page. As well as that, you can create abuse reports of your own.

When an abuse report is submitted by 3rd parties (public facing page or via the email address that is to be fetched), it goes into a queue and awaits your moderation and then you can assign it to a customer if you see fit. Queued abuse reports also try to help you by showing you which customer and service the abuse report could be linked to.

Admins can have conversations with clients, and vice versa - all in favor of reaching a solution and ultimately closing/resolving the abuse report.

Admins have the ability of not suspending the service that relates to the abuse report, or suspend it immediately, or suspend it after a certain time limit passes. They also have the option to allow a customer to unsuspend themselves if required.

To understand the module better, please have a look at the screenshots, as well as the different feature sets for admins, public users, and registered users below.

Proud to say that Ajax is supported, and no template modifications are required at all!


Some clients where finding issues with the version of WHMCS 7.5.0 (or above) when using our modules.

This is due to an issue with the way WHMCS verifies ioncube encoded files.

To solve this, if you are using WHMCS 7.5.0 (or above) please update to latest version and then perform the following steps:

  • Login to your WHMCS admin area
  • Go to the Setup tab
  • Click on General Settings
  • Go to the “Other” Tab
  • Select 'Attempt to load all files' for Encoded File Loading option and save

There is nothing to worry about with loading all files, and WHMCS has released this option to tackle to this issue.

Please read about it here for the release notes from WHMCS, and refer to the steps here.

Screen Shots

Admin Features

  • Abuse Dashboard that shows you quick statistics and important information
  • Admin Widget on WHMCS admin home page which shows abuse reports that require your attention
  • Filter records using a filter on top of open, closed, queued abuse reports pages to quickly find what you are looking for
  • Quick links to client's details and service from within reports and from open, closed, and queued report pages
  • Ability to create a new abuse report using ajax to quickly select a customer, their product, and IP address
  • Ability to set the service in question to either not suspend, suspend immediately, or suspend after a time limit
  • Ability to allow the client to unsuspend their service on their own
  • Ability to view, close, reopen, and delete - open and closed abuse reports
  • Ability to assign to client, and delete - queued abuse reports (from 3rd parties)
  • Ability to see suggestions on which customer and service the queued abuse report might belong to
  • Ability to see details of abuse report from within an abuse report
  • Ability to start a conversation with the client from within open abuse reports
  • Ability to see a read-only abuse report, when an abuse report is closed
  • Ability to see the imported email body or abuse report from 3rd parties from within queued abuse reports
  • Ability to lock down client area if a customer has any open abuse reports
  • Ability to set a maximum amount of open abuse reports before a customer is flagged on admin side
  • Ability to specify amount of time before a service is automatically suspended (only if report is set to suspend a service after a time limit)
  • Ability to lift the automatic suspension, before the service is suspended from within an open abuse report
  • Ability to create as many different abuse categories as you see fit
  • Multiple staff can work on the same abuse report
  • reCaptcha Support
  • gravatar Support in admin replies
  • Custom email templates which are sent to staff and customers, which can also be edited and include merge fields

Public Features

  • Report Abuse link in top navigation bar (automatically shown), which is a public facing abuse report page, which allows 3rd parties to send you abuse reports easily
  • reCaptcha Support to avoid spam

Customer Features

  • Resolution Center link in top navigation bar (automatically shown), which shows a customer all their abuse reports - open and closed, with the ability to view both
  • Report details show vital information to the customer, including the service in question, the IP, date of incident, the category of the abuse report, as well as the abuse report it self.
  • Ability to view a read-only abuse report if an abuse report is set as closed
  • Ability to start a conversation with staff from within open abuse reports
  • Ability to self unsuspend a service (if enabled for a customer on abuse report creation or assigning)
  • gravatar Support in client replies


To be able to make use of abuse manager pro, you have to make sure that the following requirements are fulfilled:

  • Ioncube
  • Non strict firewall (to perform license checks)
  • Latest version of WHMCS
  • A License Key to run the script
  • FTP client to assist with file upload

Quick Setup Guide

  • Purchase a license for the script
  • download the .zip file
  • Unzip the .zip file and place the contents into whmcs's directory
  • Then login to the admin side of WHMCS, and go to Setup > Addon Modules
  • Activate Abuse Manager Pro (AMP), then click on configure
  • Enter your license key, and fill the settings according to your choices and press save
  • Remember to give administrators access by ticking the check boxes respectively in access control
  • Email pipe is now deprecated and not supported.
  • To fetch mail, simply put the mail server hostname and port (i.e., email address, and password & select the TLS options. The emails will be fetched and queued into abuse manager pro. This is to be done on the module settings page.
  • [Only for versions prior to WHMCS 7. If you are running WHMCS 7 you should have your main WHMCS cron only - auto suspend will work automatically!]To enable the auto suspend feature, go to cPanel (or any other hosting control panel you use), then go to crons or cron jobs and create the exact same cron job entry as the main one for WHMCS, but end it with two flags : do_updaterates skip_report (e.g. your entry should look like /usr/local/bin/php -q /home/[username]/public_html/[whmcs directory]/crons/cron.php do_updaterates skip_report ) and make it run either every 5 minutes or every 10 minutes.
  • (optional) To enable the WHMCS's admin widget to be displayed on home page (admin side), go to Setup > Staff Management > Administrator Roles and edit the role you want it to be displayed for, and tick the check box under Widgets that says “Abuse Manager Pro - Reports Requiring Your Reply”

Upgrade Guide

If you are upgrading from an older version of the script, after you upload the new files, you have to visit the Admin side of the module (Usually at for the upgrade system to update any needed settings/etc.


A Changelog will be posted on the page linked here, upon any updates.

amp/home.txt · Last modified: 2018/06/29 14:50 by rsk