Looks like the website is back up again and the list is working. Not sure
what's going on. Has anyone had any response from Declude via phone or email ?
I can confirm what Matt is saying there is a key for no validation. It was put
into the software for this precise yet unfortunate scenario.
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From: Matt [mailto:for...@mailpure.com]
Sent: Saturday, April 13, 2013 11:02 PM
Subject: Re: [Declude.JunkMail] No one at Declude?
There is such a thing. I lobbied Dave for this back when they went to a
subscription model. It was for select users that had the lifetime licenses
that were concerned about the authentication servers. I can't say for sure
that this doesn't deal with their servers at all (I hope not). Maybe Dave can
verify this. I'm willing to share the details of this once I am more certain
that Declude is completely done. This license will not allow for AVG or
Commtouch updates, but it will allow Declude to operate without validation as
far as I know.
On 4/10/2013 6:16 PM, Pete McNeil wrote:
> On 2013-04-10 16:21, John Dobbin wrote:
>> With all the discussion recently about Declude going down, my concern is
>> more with what happens if/when the licensing server goes away?
> I don't recall where, but I heard a rumor that there was a "forever"
> license code somewhere for Declude.
> Anybody know anything about that? If Declude just evaporates without
> saying another word that would be a good thing to have.
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