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ALERT - FRiday March 8

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ALERT --->  Please pass the word.

Hello all, the New Look EE will rollout on Friday March 8th, this could possibly affect the system for very short term.  It may also have an impact on Moderator and Admin tools, I was told nothing specific, and we will not know for sure until we go live.

Just letting all know in advance.

Best regards,
ComTech
CS Admin @ EE
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The impact may also be to any add-ons or outside tools you use to control your own environments.

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I think we can close this.

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The NEW LOOK arrived today.
Austin has a Q for feedback if BUGS encountered.
http://www.experts-exchange.com/eebugs/Q.20274666.html

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