Brad Facer ( (no email) )
Mon, 3 Jan 2000 11:23:51 -0600

You are correct sir!
I'd switched those around when i wrote that. We did set the SA extension to
(null) system wide and it took care of the problem.


Origianl Message below:
Actually, the MA extension extens the MasterAccounts ExpireDate, and
the SA extension extends the SubAccounts expireDate. If the SA
ExpireDate is NOT NULL, then it will take precedence over the MA
ExpireDate. In no situation is the MA extension used on the SA
ExpireDate or vice versa.

We have ran into situatoins where people put in an sa ExpireDate, which
will cause the above problem, since the MA expiredate/extension is
not used. In the latest Emerald, you can enable viewing of the
sa ExpireDate in the admin. I do *NOT* recommend this, as you should
not be using the sa ExpireDate fields at all.


Dale E. Reed Jr. Emerald and RadiusNT__________________________________________IEA Software, Inc.

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