5,000 members - free software licenses!

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  1. Paul Wilders

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    28 registered members who received an email informing them they had won a free license, failed to react within the scheduled time scheme as was needed.

    Therefore, we will pick at random 28 other winners, who will be receiving an email soon.

    It beats me as of why anyone would neglect to cash in a free license for superb security software...

    regards.

    paul
     
  2. BrigitteW

    BrigitteW Registered Member

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    Thanks from me as well, I didn't have a licence for Look 'N' Stop yet. A friend of mine was a bit disappointed though, because I had promised to make a gift of Nod32 to him, should I win the licence :D (I'm a registered user myself since June).
     
  3. Weber

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    Woohoo, so i still have chances... :D :rolleyes:
     
  4. ipje

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    I only visit this forum for lurking information and now I have a NOD32 license :D okay I already have a license but I will contact the nod team, maybe I can give it to someone else. Thanks wilders team!!!
     
  5. Rieske

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    Guess I'll do the same...
     
  6. Paul Wilders

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    ipje and Rieske,

    That's the consequence of randomly chosing winners - no way around it ;)

    Check you IM box - there's a message waiting for the both of you.

    regards.

    paul
     
  7. Rieske

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    Ur a true gentleman, Paul. :)
     
  8. ipje

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    Paul, I'm happy with the license, now maybe I don't have to buy a birthday present for someone. :p
    I already contact sales of the nod team. I will check my IM box ASAP.
     
  9. manOFpeace

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    :D Hello I got a Congratulations email.Looks like I'm a winner. Could someone give me the correct defination of a Non Web Based Email Account please. Sorry about the question, but it is a term I never really got to grips with. Thanks again. :D :cool:
     
  10. notageek

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    If I'm not mistaken I think they mean like an aol email addy or something like that. they don't want Hotmail, yahoo or any emails you have to go to web pages to sign up for. You ISP Addy is a non web based email addy.
     
  11. manOFpeace

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    :D I want to get this right.
    So 88888@virgin.net opening in MS Outlook is OK. ;)
     
  12. notageek

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    I got the congrats email from wilder support them morning also and I just used my email addy that I got when I signed up with my ISP.
     
  13. Tuulilapsi

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    Well, well. Looks like I just received a nice surprise email. :eek: I never win anything, so I find it a bit hard to believe.

    But alas, I no longer have an ISP-provided mail account to my name, though I guess I could (once again) borrow a relative's address. I registered with my myrealbox account. What say the Wilders guys; what should Tuulilapsi do? :D
     
  14. gunnarj

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    Thanks to Wilders for the free license for NOD32.
    I really appreciate it.

    I have two questions.

    1.) Is it possible to keep the antivirus that I now use, which is the free version of AVG, installed on my PC alongside the Nod app? Or is it not necessary or not wise?

    2.) I purchased a license for Outlook firewall version 2. As of yet it is incompatible with WindowsME. I have been thinking of switching to Look 'n Stop. Is this a good choice?

    Thanks for any responses and thanks again very much for the prize.

    gunnarj
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  15. Weber

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    Hi, i got the congratulation email too :D
    Let's see what's my prize...

    Thanks
     
  16. notageek

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    Thanks wilders for the NOD32 Prize.
     
  17. Paul Wilders

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    Seems your luck has changed - for the better ;)

    Wilders guys say: borrow a relative's address, and make sure to refer to previous email(s) concerning this issue ;).

    regards.

    paul
     
  18. Paul Wilders

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    Just the wheel of fortune - enjoy ;)

    No offense, but please ask software related questions in the appropriate forum, where they will be handled ;).

    regards.

    paul
     
  19. Tuulilapsi

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    Mission accomplished, Mr Wilders. :D
     
  20. Weber

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    Yuppie! :D :D
    I guess the board needs more smilies so i could express my feelings of now being a NOD32 user...
     
  21. Paul Wilders

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    Right - a matter of time now before you will be informed. It's a nice combo with your all time favorite AT, btw :D.

    regards.

    paul
     
  22. Dan Perez

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    ... and make sure your relative can be trusted to relay the license back to you!!!

    :D :D :D
     
  23. Tuulilapsi

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    You can trust 'em when you're watching 'em. :D

    Well, it looks like I got myself a brand spanking new NOD version 2 license. Time to head over to read the FAQs. Much gratitude goes out to Team Wilders and the generous Eset crew. :)
     
  24. manOFpeace

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    :DThanks to Paul and Esat for the wonderfull prize Nod32 AV. I will save it untill to-morrow to d/load and install. It will take a while to get all Norton stuff removed. Thanks Paul. ;) :cool:
     
  25. yorkdale

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    A non-web mail based address means ones like Yahoo and Hotmail aren't allowed. If you use AOL for your internet service that is allowed. So basically it means you need a 'real' mail address which is either your own domain (like mine), or your ISP.
     
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