From: Pete Massiello

If you have QU1, then getting QU2 is what they are calling an "upgrade".

As long as they don't call it free, I'm good to go. I just heard from
several people that QU2 is "free" for people with QU1, and that just ain't
so.

Joe


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[mailto:midrange-l-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Joe Pluta
Sent: Friday, October 12, 2007 12:53 PM
To: 'Midrange Systems Technical Discussion'
Subject: RE: Web Query SWMA

From: Pete Massiello

For customers who have QU1 and upgrade to QU2, then you get 90 days
free,
and have to purchase it after that.

If you purchase QU2 (you never had Qu1), then you get 1 year of free
SWMA
for QU2.

That is my understanding and how we are explaining this to our
customers.

Lemme get this straight: if you currently have QU1, QU2 is not really an
upgrade to QU1, it's an additional product for which IBM will waive the
initial fee but will still cost you a separate SWMA (and that kicks in
after 90 days).

Is that about right?


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