Re: Grace Period

Dale E. Reed Jr. ( (no email) )
Mon, 03 Aug 1998 14:47:21 -0700

John Lange wrote:
> Dale is the right choice here:
> Expire?

This is the number of days from the date the account expires befoe the
account will expire. Setting it to a positive value will give the
customer that many days of free service (not billed). Its a startup
grace period.

> Extend?

This is a temporary extend on the account. If you don't set expire
to a positive value, you MUST set this or the below limit fiel, to a
positive value, or the customers will not be allowed on until they
pay their first bill. This is cleared when they pay their payment
(temp extension).

> Limit?

This is a permanent extend for the account that doesn't get
cleared. This is the true "grace period".

> And is the Period really Days or is it in minutes, or hours?

All are in das.

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