I'm the developer of Charge so this is obviously biased.
Charge works great for member subscriptions. The focus with Charge is to keep it as simple and rock solid for the developer and customer as possible. To that end - it's tied directly to using Stripe as the payment gateway. Understandably that's not going to be perfect for every project.
I'm in the ...
Just made simple ext which will check users email at the end of registration and if user email domain is in white list - send them validation email. After validation put them into the group which has full access.
Currently there are only 2 subscription modules that I know that you could transition to now that it looks like Membrr/OpenGateway are no longer going to be supported. Both options require a fair bit of work from you to handle the migration of content and subscriptions over but are probably better options then keeping a dead piece of software running your e-...
We do not recommend using Membrr and OG. You have two seperate system, two logins and it is a big pain. There is a reason it is now FREE. You get what you pay for. If you are just using PayPal why not just use EE native Simple Commerce?
You'll need to write a custom add-on for this.
After doing a cursory google search, I found this article, which suggests pinging the domain's mail server, submitting the email address and using the server's response to validate.
I did another google search to see if there are PHP functions available to perform these actions. This Stack Overflow question &...
I'd look at the simple approach and not sure of how your signup process is working.
Lets say you have some checkbox [free acct] [other acct]
Via JS if they choose free, display a fixed input with an append like:
<input type='text' placeholder="your email"><span class="add-on">@.nhs.uk</span>
Very much like the Twitter bootstrap preprend/...