Espresso is available as Shareware - another way of saying Try Before You Buy. For
fourteen days, it is fully functional for one email account and one filter. Technical
support is not provided during the trial period. Also, some user preferences are
disabled, and all outgoing email is tagged with a short message indicating that
you are using Espresso. To use Espresso without these limitations, you must
purchase a registration key for the software. You can purchase the registration
key online by going to www.kidmoses.com, or by going to www.shareit.com and
entering the product ID: 300068893.
After completing the purchasing procedure, a registration key will be sent to you
by email. This key is required to register the program. It is recommended that you
make a backup copy of the e-mail (e.g. print out a hard copy), and/or keep the
registration key in a safe place.
In Espresso, go to "Help - Registration" and enter the registration key exactly as you
received by email. You can copy-paste the information directly into the registration
window. Press the "Ok" button when you are ready. If the registration information is
valid, you will get a confirmation message saying the application has been registered.
If you lost your registration info, please send me your purchase info and specify your
name, company name and email address you used to buy your copy of Espresso. I will send
to you your registration info again.
If you have questions or you experience problems related to the registration
process, you can use the support email to contact me. I will be happy to assist you
with the registration.
Technical support is provided by email to registered users only. To receive
technical support, please provide you name, email address and registration key
in all your communications. You can send your questions to:
Our target response time is within 48 hours.
Point version upgrades are provided to registered users at no charge. Full version
upgrades are not free. A point version upgrade is defined as any upgrade where
the version number increases after the decimal point. For example, going from
version 1.04.90 to 1.32.68 is a point version upgrade and is provided to
registered users at no charge. Going from version 1.32.68 to 2.03.43 is a full
version upgrade and is a chargeable upgrade for registered users.