Posted by Gary Garber, Last modified by Michael Filip on 22 July 2014 05:58 AM
Product Evalution Basics
To try before you buy, we offer 30 day, full-featured, evalution version of IceWarp Server included with the download. This article deals with its features, limitations and answers related questions.
Evalution license has all the features available for 200 users and 30 days. Domains are unlimited, as with all our licenses. All advanced options are enabled. To test migrate more than 200 users, you can ask your sales representative to increase the number of users on your evaluation license.
After 30 days the mail server (POP3/IMAP/SMTP) will still work, WebClient will cease to function showing Unregistered at the login screen, and no further configuration changes will be possible to save in the Administration console.
When the 30 day period is over, Administration Console is locked down and there's no simple way to enter the license. You should therefore obtain the license within these 30 days, on the 30th day at the latest to be able to easily activate the software.
Run the installer and provide a valid Order ID under Activate License... button.
E-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org or contact your local vendor. Specify the reason why you need to trial another 30 days and include the Order ID (TRLyyyymmdd) from Help > Licenses.
There are always a few days to try any module after you have renewed your license (on the recent Order ID). Secondly, each user can access any of the services for a period of 7 days, even services which you are not licensed for or those with an expired trial. Double-click the module in Help - Licenses to see which users have already used up their 7-day trial.
For a basic overview see Help - License dialogue, Used Seats column. See also Status - Volume - Global - Number of Users. A number of accounts within a domain can be found under the Management node. Select the domain and switch to the Info tab.
You can find license and pricing options in the on-line purchase system on our website.
Updated 15.07.2014, by Michael