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Old 12-03-2006, 04:09 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi,
Sorry if this is a duplicate post, I was disconnect when I tried to send the last message.

If you've been waiting for the web client from rexwireless, I have some good news. I've been testing it for the last couple of weeks and the public beta should be ready on Friday, December 8th, to be posted on the rexwireless web site.

The data is synced properly and it is working well. I thought this information might be useful as I've seen a few posts about the web client.

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Dude, If you're telling the truth that you are a beta tester, I would assume you're under some sort of NDA. If that's the case, you probably just violated that NDA.

Let's leave the announcements of public beta availability to the developers, if you don't mind.

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Hi,
Sorry if this is a duplicate post, I was disconnect when I tried to send the last message.

If you've been waiting for the web client from rexwireless, I have some good news. I've been testing it for the last couple of weeks and the public beta should be ready on Friday, December 8th, to be posted on the rexwireless web site.

The data is synced properly and it is working well. I thought this information might be useful as I've seen a few posts about the web client.

Regards-Michael G.
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Old 12-04-2006, 06:26 AM   #3 (permalink)
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Mike in fact asked us if we minded if he posted a note about his alpha-testing experience. We said "no problem" since we feel good about the early-beta being released this coming Friday.

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Thanks, rexguys,

We are all looking forward to the web client.

Will there be an additional charge for the web client, or will it be included in the current license fees?
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I hope there is not an extra charge...as $60 is alot for the app as it is.
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Could this be true........Cant wait.
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I hope there is not an extra charge...as $60 is alot for the app as it is.
...especially because some of us (scratch that - especially because *I*) bought the software based on the prospect of the new functionality.
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...especially because some of us (scratch that - especially because *I*) bought the software based on the prospect of the new functionality.

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Default Awesome news...love the TodoMatrix app.

That is really good news. I've been following the progress here in BBF. Love the todo matrix and for several reasons the web compliment will really complete the usability of the solution for me.
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I'm going to step into the "extra cost" fray. My understanding is that there will be a period of time included in the cost of the software and that all historic buyers will get that. (6 months?) Beyond that it will be an annual fee which, from what I have been quoted, is very reasonable. (I'll leave it to the RexWireless guys to state it officialy; I'm also a beta tester so I've had a few phonecalls with them.)

My view is that some annual fee is essential. Some of us are really relying on this program to keep us organised at work. If the revenue model doesn't fly, Rexwireless won't be around for the long run. Given that Blackberries are constantly changing (and that as good as TodoMatrix is, there will also be more improvements to the program even for current OS use), it's very much in the interest of everyone that they survive.

No, I'm not paid to say this; I'm a paying customer. But I can tell you that these guys are taking their product and its potential future very seriously. Kind of reminds me of... RIM.

Just my $0.02 of course.
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My view is that some annual fee is essential. Some of us are really relying on this program to keep us organised at work. If the revenue model doesn't fly, Rexwireless won't be around for the long run. Given that Blackberries are constantly changing (and that as good as TodoMatrix is, there will also be more improvements to the program even for current OS use), it's very much in the interest of everyone that they survive.
I can't argue with that.

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That is great to hear!
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I can't argue with cooperpwc either - I'm happy to pay for good quality software. My (selfish) point was that when I bought this in the summer the web*desktop was slated for an August release...
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