IntelliJ IDEA 3.0 Personal

IntelliJ IDEA 3.0 Personal edition is available at http://www.intellij.com.
The price for a license is $200. It can be registered to a personal name
only and is a full-featured license with basic maintenance and support.
The offer is limited until January 15, 2003.

Best regards,
Eugene Belyaev


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Guys, you are the best! But splash of water in a glass of vodka spoils the
taste: why I cannot use email address on a public server? I used it to
register on ITN and it is basically my only email I use. You collect the
whole lot of personal information, why you also need non-public email?

Please guys, allow people to use public email servers!

Thanks,
Michael Jouravlev.



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dang, i just bought a personal copy a month ago and paid $399 for it :(

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me too :(

"charles decroes" <intellij@decroes.com> schrieb im Newsbeitrag
news:8178208.1041016375425.JavaMail.jrun@is.intellij.net...

dang, i just bought a personal copy a month ago and paid $399 for it :(



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I also bought 2.6 just prior to the release of 3.0 to take advantage of the 8 month support (for personal use). Seems these last minute deals only encourage people to abuse EAP and trial downloads, while people that pay upfront have the pay $200 more for the same software.

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the jetbrain people have been pretty upfront and good about offers. Maybe they will keep the personal license or extend it to 4.0. Idea is a great product at $400 and definatly worth the money, it's just hard when you have to come up with the cash yourself :)

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Hello Michael
On the online store it is mentioned "Be advised that we do not accept e-mail
addresses from freemail-services like hotmail.com for credit card
purchases." This is for security reason against credit card fraud. Just for
example, if a person steals another person's credit card number, and use it
to do online purchasing (while the number is still valid in the bank), there
will be some chances to track the person down if he uses a valid email
address provided by his/her isp. With free email servers, hackers and
stealer can create as many email accounts, and they can never get caught.
That is why they ask u to provide the email account provided by your isp. I
think everyone who has their own personal internet connection at home, also
has at least one email account provided by the isp. But some people may not
use the email account provided by their isp. Infact I don't use my email
account provided by my isp either. The reason is because of convenience, so
that if i change my isp, i don't have to let others know that my email
address has changed. I have one email account that i opened 4 yrs ago with a
free email service provider, and I still use it as my main email. The only
problem with my 4 year old email account, is that as my email account is
growing old, I am getting more and more spammed. I have blocked all the ways
that I could of, but god knows where spammers get my email address from. I
normally don't even give my email address out online :(


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I'm in the same boat. As a desperation move, I've been trying the
"disposable e-mail address" (DEA) strategy; see
http://www.nyq.pcmag.com/article2/0,6263,12762,00.asp for reviews of various
DEA services (and other spam-prevention services). (The DEA service I'm
trying at the moment is sneakemail.com.)

Kendall

"Saumendra Poddar" <greencap@hotmail.com> wrote in message
news:aukjgo$of8$1@is.intellij.net...

Hello Michael
On the online store it is mentioned "Be advised that we do not accept

e-mail

addresses from freemail-services like hotmail.com for credit card
purchases." This is for security reason against credit card fraud. Just

for

example, if a person steals another person's credit card number, and use

it

to do online purchasing (while the number is still valid in the bank),

there

will be some chances to track the person down if he uses a valid email
address provided by his/her isp. With free email servers, hackers and
stealer can create as many email accounts, and they can never get caught.
That is why they ask u to provide the email account provided by your isp.

I

think everyone who has their own personal internet connection at home,

also

has at least one email account provided by the isp. But some people may

not

use the email account provided by their isp. Infact I don't use my email
account provided by my isp either. The reason is because of convenience,

so

that if i change my isp, i don't have to let others know that my email
address has changed. I have one email account that i opened 4 yrs ago with

a

free email service provider, and I still use it as my main email. The only
problem with my 4 year old email account, is that as my email account is
growing old, I am getting more and more spammed. I have blocked all the

ways

that I could of, but god knows where spammers get my email address from. I
normally don't even give my email address out online :(



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a month back - I bought it three days back - I was hoping that JB would anonunce this before Xmas :(. AArgh!
V.

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Where do you see it for $400.00? On the buy page the
unsupported i $500 - the supported $700. I just found out
about Idea and have been playing with it for the past
couple of weeks. I'm much happier with it than Forte but I guess I missed the $200 blue-light special. Has the
price recently gone from $400 to $500?

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The $400 was the old price last year. This was their first price increase in years, so it probably won't go up again for a long time.

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