I don't understand your licensing. Which one do I need and what will it cost me?
There are two primary things to consider when looking at the license costs. How many people will be using the program and how many computers will be accessing the same data store?
If you have one computer and one person then you need our smallest license, which is a single machine, 5 user license.
If you have one computer and six people are going to access MailCOPA on that computer then you need a single machine, 10 user license.
If you have four computers on a network and MailCOPA is configured in client/server mode (all the data is stored on one computer) and you have two people, then you need a multi-machine, 5 user license.
If you have four computers on a network and MailCOPA is configured in client/server mode (all the data is stored on one computer) and you have ten people who will access MailCOPA, then you need a multi-machine, 10 user license.
If you have four computers, all running stand alone with their own MailCOPA data and one person, then you need four single machine, 5 user licenses.
Is this a one off charge, or do you charge me each day/month/year
With this license payment you can continue to use your licensed MailCOPA forever without ever paying another penny. However, in order to receive updates you will need an update subscription. Your license comes with a 12 month subscription, so you will be able to receive any updates that are released in that time absolutely free. If you wish to receive updates after this 12 month period you will need to purchase a subscription. The subscription cost is 50% of the original license fee per year if you renew before it expires, or 75% of the original license fee if you renew after it expires. MailCOPA will remind you when your subscription is about to expire and you can renew on our secure web pages. MailCOPA will continue to run just fine without a subscription, you will just not be able to install any updates.