This is a follow-on fix to an issue previously marked as resolved. There is a specific use case in which Passpack Desktop was improperly syncronizing with Passpack.com, causing deletion of some entries. We believed this bug to be fixed with the previous release of Desktop (2.1.3), but apparently the following use case was still not [...]
Jan. 28 -
Since Yesterday, PayPal is not sending us confirmation notification of the payments. So the system is unable to update the status of the accounts. We could do this manually, but when PayPal will solve the issue, it will probably send all the notifications and this could create worse issues. So, we are waiting for a while. If nothing happens, we will fix the updates manually.
UPDATE, Jan. 29. The strategy worked because PayPal sent all the notification at one moment, and all the accounts have been upgraded correctly.
May. 21 -
May. 18 -
Passpack has discontinued Google Gears support. It was used with slow browsers like Internet Explorer 6 or 7. If you use one of these browsers, probably your account will become really slow without Google Gears. We strongly suggest to upgrade to IE 9 or to a totally different browser like Chrome.
May. 18 - To improve the performance, we moved the static files to Nginx that is much faster then Apache. Unfortunately, we discovered that some users can not access non-standard ports, so we have reversed to the previous configuration.
Dec. 1 -
Follow-up to the last post, the billing system is completely functional again. Happy Tuesday!
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