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momkat
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Downgrade from paid to free

How would I create a new thread?

ShawnL
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Re: Downgrade from paid to free

@momkat

 

I've moved your post out to a new thread. What can we help you with?

Shawn L.
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angelag
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Re: Downgrade from paid to free

Hi @momkat,

 

To create a new community thread, you'll want to make sure you are logged into the community and then you can click on "Create New Post" from the left hand side of the community. Or you can start typing your question in the search field at the top and create from there also.

 

I've created a handy knowledge base article with the detailed instructions, check it out here: How to Create a New Forum Topic in the Mozy Community

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ScottS1
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Re: Downgrade from paid to free

@momkat

 

Just checking in! Were the steps Angela gave helpful for you? Do you have any other questions we can help address?

 

Regards,

 

Scott

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JaredG
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Re: Downgrade from paid to free

@momkat

 

We haven't heard from you since your post about 11 days ago.  Were you able to follow Angela's instructions?

 

Please post any questions or comments.

 

Thank you,

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ScottS1
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Re: Downgrade from paid to free

@momkat

 

We will now mark this thread as resolved. If you need anything else, don't hesitate to ask!

 

Regards,

 

Scott

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