It still applies.But I won't be selling it as a standalone it will be part of a membership package with this being as one of the perks
Yeah, you can have them add their own servers, look into backend > settings > customers for general settings and if you need better control over certain users, look into customer groups.Would they be able to add their own mandrill etc Api details etc etc
Not sure what type of documents should be, it's all in the backend panel, if you play around with the app, you'll notice it.Is there any documentation I can look at please ?
I can't speak in this matter, it's all up to you, but please, do some research before going into this type of things as emailing is a demanding process and you'll need very good servers if you have plenty of users.Also what are your thoughts on offering this ? Would it cause many queries from users ?
Yup, that is correct. Licensing only works from a legal standpoint only. The files are the same for both licenses.Just to clarify that the application will remain the same as is now so I am able to see all settings on my current license
I believe so, but only Envato can do this, so contact them.Is it possible to upgrade my current license to an extended one ?
I hear you, that's why i said the best way is to first get familiar with the application, then you'll know exactly where you areJust trying to gauge how much control I would have and if I can set certain restrictions.. I guess that's what I was meaning by documentation such as the kind of control I would have for each user
You also have to decide what type of servers you allow them to add and how many, Servers tab explains itI said yes to allow customer to select own servers but when I logged in as a customer I couldn't see how that could be done
This depends highly on what's already in works, you can send a PM to find out at that timebut if I needed support in getting things setup then are you guys available for additional support (hourly rate or per project?)
They don't really remain the same, they have a hash in them that uniquely identify subscribersWill this always remain the same ?
Only if you are going to use mandrill as a smtp server. The web api implementation will disable this by its own.is there anyway I can turn analytics off and get stats inside of mandrill?