Re: Need an Outlook Web Access server
Are you still Interested in an Account?
> As the author of this piece of software,
> I am requesting an account on a OWA
> server to continue development on this
> software. Since I switched jobs I don't
> have access to an OWA server anymore,
> meaning that I cannot test bugfixes
> If you can help me,. contact me.
> Johannes Verelst
Re: Nice program, but...
It's spyware. Yes, unforunatly the program "Phone's Home" to do a license audit on visualware's servers every time you run a trace.
I was very disapointed when I found this out, it's such a great peice of software, but privacy always comes first.
I imedaitly unistalled it, and I am demanding a refund from Visualware.
It's a shame, really it is.
> Why commercial? There really can't be
> tonnes of money in a "traceroute" clone,
> no matter HOW graphical it is. That
> seems like a sure-fire way to lose
> business, IMHO, but that's just my
> opinion. They've not changed their
> model, since they released the package,
> so I guess someone must be buying it.
> Their choice of a poor-quality, patented
> compression algorithm, for distributing
> the program doesn't exactly fill me with
> joy, either.
> Graphical traceroutes are useful tools,
> as they give much more depth and meaning
> to the logical descriptions. However,
> their usefulness is severely limited if
> they're impractical to obtain or use.