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    I own a license for the 3.x series. I bought the new license for the 4.x inc cms. Its not available right now, but.... i want to start a site WITH a blog. Can i know download the blog part for VB3 x version??? Buying now isnt a option and not possible anymore i think. So can people who bought the new license then download blog.

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    • #3
      If you haven't received a response you should be able to open a support ticket from your members area and ask the support team there as they would have all of the answers for you.

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      • #4
        This is a valid question and one the Team should answer out in the open, why should everyone who would like to know the answer to this have to pay to open a support ticket!

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Eidolon View Post
          This is a valid question and one the Team should answer out in the open, why should everyone who would like to know the answer to this have to pay to open a support ticket!

          If i know something more, i let you know. I made a support ticket for it.

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          • #6
            I have the same question, thanks Cees.

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            • #7
              The Blog is no longer available as a separate product. It is now part of the Suite.

              Note: As per this announcement, all pre-sales purchasers will be able to download the Beta in mid-November:

              http://www.vbulletin.com/forum/showt...-and-Beta-News
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              • #8
                We can't deploy 4.0 on a production basis until we have replacements for a couple of our most important plugins and/or modifications (which, I'm sure, will take several months or more). But, I can see where some vB license holders, who paid for the suite upgrade (as we did), would like to use the blog package from 3.8.x just to get up and running, and then upgrade it over to the 4.0 installation when the time comes.

                I AM putting 4.0 on our private test site though: I want to be sure the staff is up to speed on all the new features.

                BTW, I'm glad that vB4 will now have a CMS. I was comparing portals and didn't care for any of those that I tried. This will save me running something else for the rest of our site, and having to integrate it with vB manually.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Steve Machol View Post
                  The Blog is no longer available as a separate product. It is now part of the Suite.

                  Note: As per this announcement, all pre-sales purchasers will be able to download the Beta in mid-November:

                  http://www.vbulletin.com/forum/showt...-and-Beta-News
                  Okay, but it isnt ready for productioin. And i still want to start with a blog. Can you give the blog free for the people who have already bought the suite?

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                  • #10
                    So again.. the release of a beta 4.0 with blog isnt ready for production on a live site. I want to start with the blog can i download it for 3.8! I can upgrade the new forum inc the blogs..

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                    • #11
                      I bet you could make some extra cash if you put up the original 3.8 vB Blog addon for purchase again
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