But if a user didn't need to check the website because he trusted it to be held and didn't need to maintain it because all he put was staticc and nothing to be added so it was used like a gallery or showroom etc.?
We still had an e-mail address known to the company to use it for at least 1 single e-mail! (At least we check it often! - and we do!)
That would have been enough probably... but it didn't happen.
that's what I can't call decency!!!
aryan9211: The solution is to use this product Wayback Machine - Official Site - http://archive.org/web/, we enter in your browser the address of our site and servers are as fresh todabia, a copy of each part can be obtained our blogs. You should look for your blog with the address of the site (no user).
Esther is an example: http://web.archive.org/web/20131004131300/http://my.opera.com/aryan9211/blog/
It does not generate any result that the link is incorrect or query is incorrect or you did not have anything saved on that date
aryan9211 : La solucion es usar esta pagina Wayback Machine - Official Site - http://archive.org/web/ , ingresamos en su buscador la direccion de nuestro sitio y como los servidores estan todabia frescos, puede obtenerse una copia de cada parte de nuestros blogs. Tu blog deberias buscarlo con la direccion del sitio (no de usuario).
Ester es un ejemplo: http://web.archive.org/web/20131004131300/http://my.opera.com/aryan9211/blog/
No genera ningun resultado por que el link es incorrecto o la consulta es incorrecta o no tenias nada guardado en esa fecha
It is/was a free service with a TOS attached, Which was obviously agreed too. People were notified about the termination of the free service, which was initially announced sometime last year. Failing to move to another service (free or otherwise) would then be of the users responsibility.
Being a paying Opera browser user (of which I was one too), has no bearing on any of the services that Opera ASA offer now or in the future. As that paid subscription was for the usage of the Opera browser (with advertising removed) and any technical support that user may need during the subscription period, which was initial one year, usually accompanied by a free gift (Opera branded mouse mat being one). The subscription based browser model for individual users was closed many years ago, so support or re-reimbursement of said service is very unlikely, as those two services that are mentioned are unrelated and are from two different time-frames.
Yep!, it sounds as though you are alone in a very large and empty echo chamber, with only the sound your own voice to keep you company.
will we be able to trust opera in the future as they might shut down their new email program I will not be using it unless i get back my emails from my opera I did not receive any notification my opera was closing