It's just a new domain name.
Just want to confirm the process before we try it:
we use http://www.easyphpcalendar.com/clien...ense/index.php
to request a license key and use the setup manager to install the new license key. Is this the correct process?
I would like to give you the background of the situation we are in.
, helped a non-profit, www.visionliteracy.org
, revamped their web site last year without realizing the kind of issues they would have today after the site went live.
During the development phase, we used a temporary domain name and our developer's email address for the event calendar implementation. After VL's IS person put the new site as the official site, the domain name got changed and the license key no longer works. Adding to that, our developer, who's off the project, kept on getting email notifications for the event calendar stuff.
A lot of companies give non-profit special help, i.e. free software and support, etc. I hope in the future you have a kind of license key for non-profits to make this process easier.
Thanks for the help. Once you confirm the process I described at the beginning of this posting is correct, we'll give it a try.