New Postfinance gateway & Certum SSL module

There’s no Monday without HostBill release! Today: new payment gateway, new SSL module and a bunch of other new functionalities!

Certum SSL

Certum specializes in certification services which allow to confirm people’s identity online, and delivers solutions which ensure credibility and safety of documents, electronic data, and devices. With the HostBill module selling Certum SSL Certificates becomes effortless, as all crucial processes are automated! HostBill automatically issues the certificate, parses CSR, synchronizes certificate info and renews it. Managing the certificate on the client side can be done from the client panel. Depending on the client functions enabled by admin, customers can select and resend approval email, get certificate status, renew or download the certificate. Admin panel, as with other modules, provides wide options for product configuration, billing and automation management. Find out more here.

Certum SSL product configuration


PostFinance is one of Switzerland’s leading financial institutions. With e-payment solutions from PostFinance, online shop operators can process all standard payment methods. HostBill has already supported two payment methods offered by Postfinance: Direct Link and E-commerce. Now, are also adding support for Postfinance Checkout, which is an all-in-one complete e-payment solution with five payment options for your customers: PostFinance Card, PostFinance e-finance, TWINT, Visa and Mastercard.

Admin area

This week’s release also comes with a bunch of new options in admin panel. In Invoices you can now display gross/net unit price in invoice edit window. In terms of languages and translations, client credit logs entries from now on can also be translated. We added new variable: {$order} to account/domain/addon related emails so you can use related order details (you can manage your templates in Settings -> Email Templates). For domains we added option to execute custom tasks after disabling domain registrar lock and revealing epp/auth code by client. All the details, including bug fixes, as always can be found in our Changelog!

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