Re: NTMail Authentication

WebWiz ( (no email) )
Wed, 15 Apr 1998 15:14:29 -0400

I just think if IEA offers "custom" software as they do, then if a person is
willing to pay for it's developement, then they should at the least follow
thru with an email or phone call or something. I emailed the sales dept on
this issue a couple of days ago and got no response one way or the other,
which prompted me to ask you.
I'm not trying to get you caught in the middle.
I would be interested in maybe getting one developed solely for my use,
which could easily be done, simply by adding another Liscense field to the
current Liscenses Table in my database. Or even amending the current
liscense to include the DLL.
this would keep others from using it, unless they paid for it. A liscense I

I'm trying to provide the best service I can for my customers, and my my
life alittle easier to, not mention, the ease of it all when it works.


-----Original Message-----
From: Dale E. Reed Jr. <>
To: <>
Date: Wednesday, April 15, 1998 2:32 PM
Subject: Re: NTMail Authentication

>WebWiz wrote:
>> I agree Chris,
>> There is a demand for this feature and where there is a demand there will
>> a supply and I for one are willing to pay the cost.
>> I hoped that IEA would do it since they advertise "Backend Database
>> Interfaces" on their web site. But I guess (just like US Robotics and the
>> modem) they want to monopolize the this feature. And look where that got
>> Robotics
>We don't want to monopolize, but how do you propose we stop all
>are competitors from using it, just like they do RadiusNT? Just
>because we are trying to keep our competitive edge doesn't mean
>we are trying to monopolize something! :)
>Dale E. Reed Jr. (
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