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  • telc
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    1 year bump

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  • SaN-DeeP
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    eBulletin to Priority Support Email Addresses very good suggestion, mostly licesnced customers in case they have multiple forums do not keep track of all forums at one time, they users setup to manage the same..
    This feature shall be very helpful in case of major security fixes/patces, if a customer fails to receive a copy of ebulletin other contacts can..

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  • Floris
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    Originally posted by Ahmed Saad View Post
    I think it's a good idea. But, what's eBulletin?
    It's something for licensed customers - to get an update of big updates or upgrades, new versions or security news

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  • FreshFroot_
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    I also agree, I visit vbulletin daily... and share my email account. Therefore, having a option like this, would be very benefically

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  • TruthElixirX
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    Seconded. The vBuleltin license is mine, but since I'm under 18, my mom had to buy it for me and put my e-mail as a priority supprot e-mail. I don't get the eBulletins.

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  • Lats
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    It's a bulletin that gets sent out to registered users advising of new updates, patches etc.

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  • Mazinger
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    I think it's a good idea. But, what's eBulletin?

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  • telc
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    eBulletin to Priority Support Email Addresses

    I think there should be a option in the Members area to allow the email addresses under the priority support to receive the eBulletins. Maybe a checkbox next to each email address allowing that person to receive a copy of the eBulletin.

    Many forums have admins that run the forums and servers, and those admins would benefit from the security updates in the eBulletins.
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