Need license key for realBasic, around 2008

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  2. 7 weeks ago

    Jeff T

    Dec 4 Pre-Release Testers Midlands of England, Europe

    Gmail will not allow a zip attachment.

    Wrong.
    I just sent one and received it in a yahoo account.

  3. 6 weeks ago

    Craig G

    Dec 4 Australia

    I have been distributing my software licence key as a zipped file since 2002. Sent more than 10,000 and i could count on one hand the number of clients that haven't received it. Sent five today, no problem.
    Because the key is an encrypted text file and contains non-ascii characters some mail programs deliver it corrupted if I send it raw.
    So I zip it.
    I'm saddened to hear that some people feel that file compression is a dangerous tool of the devil.
    RIP Phillip Katz

  4. Don L

    Dec 4 Pre-Release Testers, Xojo Pro Florence, South Carolina USA

    @Craig G I realise we are getting way off topic but I'm curious how you email 30 or more attachments as that is often the case for me.

    All my clients use either Dropbox, Citrix Share, SFTP server, Cloud or some other comparable secure service for that purpose. The corresponding link is placed in the email itself.

  5. Bill M

    Dec 4 Sedona, AZ

    @Jeff T Wrong.
    I just sent one and received it in a yahoo account.

    And I have been struggling with trying to send a zip file through gmail. It simply will not allow it, for me.

    Go figure.

  6. Karen A

    Dec 4 Pre-Release Testers

    @Bill M Gmail will not allow a zip attachment. It will allow a google drive share.

    Not true for me at work where we use Gmail... Our Gmail won't allow a zipped executable, but it certainly does zipped documents...

    Maybe it's an account setting thing?

    - karen

  7. Bill M

    Dec 4 Sedona, AZ

    Could very well be Karen. Next time I am pulling my hair out, I'll delve into that backend. :>

  8. Karen A

    Dec 4 Pre-Release Testers
    Edited 6 weeks ago

    @Bill M Could very well be Karen. Next time I am pulling my hair out, I'll delve into that backend. :>

    BTW we are only forced to Goggle Drive if a file is over a certain size ... and then it does not matter if it is zipped or not.

    -karen

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