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Would you like iFidelity for free (and to help nail the coffin on Outlook)?
Wed 24 Jun 2009, 12:39 PMTweet
by Ben Langhinrichs
Copyright © 2009 Genii Software Ltd.
What has been said:
821.1. Keith Brooks (06/24/2009 08:13 PM)
Your BP form has a bug in it and a spelling mistake.
HOW is spelled wrong under payment details.
But the error I get is this when I submit the order:
The number of servers must be specified to ensure proper licensing and pricing. Press the Back button on your browser to continue filling out the form, or press here to start over ordering.
I do not see any field which asks for the number of servers.
821.2. Ben Langhinrichs (06/24/2009 08:18 PM)
I'll never learn. Don't make last minute changes, even sensible ones. I realized we didn't need to ask the number of servers, so I removed the question, which meant the validation failed. Please try again, as it is fixed now (I just tested it at least)
821.3. Keith Brooks (06/24/2009 08:51 PM)
Yes, that went through this time.
We try and we try and yet we never listen to ourselves own warnings about editing production data.
821.4. David Bailey (06/24/2009 11:02 PM)
I think your free version should include a 'Rendered by iFidelity' footer in outgoing messages (in lieu of the annual maintenance fee, of course).
821.5. Hynek Kobelka (25.06.2009 12:34)
Hi, thanks for this interesting offer.
Hope its going to be a success.
PS: The turquoise color scheme in your order form reminds me of the typical design used in Notes 3.0 :-)))
821.6. Ulrich Krause (26.06.2009 11:59)
@Ben: I am a "business partner" at the lowest level possible. ( access to BP Partner Forum ). Does this entitles me for a free license too ??