But that is exactly why it is broadcast. This was thought to be an incentive to get the customer to buy more or settle up their debt with MAPICS. Yes it is annoying, but if you want it to go away, pay (at least that is the perception).

Paola Groeber
Consultant

Rusty Jackson wrote:

Excellent request Bob!! Maybe MAPICS will listen. Just think how much MIS/IS Department time would be saved if all of the users did not get the message!!!! I am assuming that most accounts are like the ones that I have where the MIS people are flooded with calls from users once MAPICS starts displaying the message.

Rusty Jackson
Rusty Jackson & Associates
Knoxville, TN
----- Original Message ----- From: "Bob Cejka" <robert.cejka@xxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <mapics-l@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Friday, April 02, 2004 10:20 AM
Subject: RE: License Key Expiration Message & ROBOT replay



We also get the license key warning message every year. At least there is some comfort in knowing that we are not the only one receiving it.



I would like to repeat the request that the message be issued to QSYSOPR
or QSYSMSG instead of notifying every user.



Bob Cejka

Sporlan Valve Company

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