We are approaching the end of our initial oen year subscriptiosn for many memebrs of our site. I want to make sur ethey will get their email notification. So I setup a subscription for a testa ccount and set it to expire tomorrow. I ran the Manually ran the Subscription Expiration Notification task to see if it would email the test account. It does not. That was yesterday. now the testa ccoutn expires today and I ran the task again, no luck.
Email functionality of the forum is working properly as users are receiving email notifications for other things, bulk email works, etc etc.
Any suggestions on how I might test this to verify it will work?
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Or perhaps I should delete it from the Marketplace entirely, rather than continuing to do what I'm already doing for free, if that's not good enough for the community. I get really tired of doing what I do for what revenue I make, just to hear comments like this that make it seem like I'm the one not doing enough.
I am disheartened to see the comments directed towards you. Because of your generous efforts in maintaining the subscriptions software, one of our sites is able to easily collect a couple thousand dollars worth of membership fees. Otherwise, we would have all sorts of hassle doing this.
I, for one, THANK YOU for your efforts. I truly understand not using the software. A lot of us IT folk simply make sure something works and support it if it doesn't. It is our end users who use the software and become experts in it. If an error comes up, and the software is as it was originally designed, then we can work to resolve an issue.