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"Lisa A. Roth" <roth -dot- lisa -at- jimmy -dot- harvard -dot- edu> wrote:
> Hi Joe,
> If that turns out to be the case, they've just lost my business. I
> bought the SW and support package *AFTER* MM bought eHelp. They were
> happy to sell it to me, but now they won't give me what I bought?
Silke Fleischer, Product Manager at Macromedia, replied on the Usenet
newsgroup. You might want to check it out using a newsreader or by
searching Google Groups. Tersely summarizing what he said (so that
it sounds less like an ad): upgrades are available if you buy after
September 3 or if you have a current maintenance plan. So it looks like
Joe is right.
pg -at- pgcommunication -dot- com
(mailing this message from work: paul_goble -at- agilent -dot- com)
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