Re: couple of questions about authorization keys

Hi, this may be too early to ask this, but when the new internet
authorization comes out, will this affect me in any way?
Troy
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Chris Chaffin" <chaffin@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Wednesday, March 10, 2004 6:36 PM
Subject: Re: couple of questions about authorization keys


> Hi Troy,
> First, authorization keys are not limited by any type of time frame.  The
> only time an authorization key would expire would be if Freedom Scientific
> changes the type of authorization being used.
> Second, if you already have a SMA with Freedom Scientific, once you have
> received all of your upgrades, and your current SMA is all done, you won't
> have to purchase another Jaws.  Since you will own a current version of
> Jaws, all you will have to do is purchase a new SMA.  Actually, with
myself,
> once my SMA was all done, Freedom Scientific sent me a floppy disk with
the
> forms to fill out to purchase my new SMA.  All I did is filled out the
forms
> on the floppy, and returned it with my payment to Freedom Scientific.
Now,
> they might have changed their procedures since then, but if you own a
> current version of Jaws, you can purchase a new SMA.
> And Third, I have never heard of this conversion item you referred to.  I
am
> still using my original authorization key with Jaws 5.00812 that I
received
> with my purchase of Jaws 3.7.  I have never had to change or convert my
> authorization key for any version from 3.7 to the current version 5.00812.
> I hope this information has been helpful!
> Chris Chaffin
>
>
> ----- Original Message ----- 
> From: "Troy Sullivan" <sullidog_2001@xxxxxxxxxxx>
> To: <jfw@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> Sent: Wednesday, March 10, 2004 3:00 PM
> Subject: couple of questions about authorization keys
>
>
> > Hi all. I have a couple of questions about authorization keys:
> > 1. Does a key have an expiration date? The reason I ask this is because
> when
> > I had jaws running on an older system every 4 years I had to put on a
new
> > key because it told me that the other one had expired, but someone told
me
> > that they run indeffinetly.
> > 2. When I run out of free upgrades and I decide to purchase jaws along
> with
> > a new SMA, do I also need to purchase a new set of keys? Also one more
> > question I just thought of. I notice when reinstalling jaws like for
> example
> > yesterday I did a full clean install removing the key and all. My autho
> disk
> > came with jaws4.0 and I wanted to install it on 5.0, but it wouldn't let
> me
> > until I ran the conversion program. Is this normal?
> > Thanks!
> > Troy
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