Thank you so much for all your support for Aimoo over the years.
The PM is opened now.
We found there were still some owners wanted to transfer their forums to new aimoo, So we reopen the application for transferring temporarily, please hurry up and next week , We will closed this page. If you have applyed , please ignore it.
The transfer will be executed one by one and we will close the PM funciton, the registeration function and the creating forum function in old aimoo.
The forum data will be transferred is below:
1. the control panel settings including categories, icons, permission and so on.
2. the forum skin
3. all topics and replies
4. all valid members
5. owner`s profile and PM ( it will be lost probably but not many)
6. forum balance
Except of above, all forum transferred will get free a month diamond.
The transfer will take many days and we plan to complete it in 27th and we will publish the other funtions step by step, they are friends, Album, Youtube video upload and so on, except that, we will publish a new chatroom in future.
If you have any questions, you can email us by email@example.com
Thanks again for your understanding and support. Aimoo will get better and better with all of you!
I am having problems with Amazon they are hackers who are taking money out of your debit or credit cards they have emptied my bank accounts I have learned a very expensive lesson, so when I get paid I am getting internet security with me having dyslexia I down loaded some so called free security software & turns out allowed 179 hackers are controlling all my internet connection devises even my TV & EE box is being effected does any one have any suggestions please for the best software that's not too expensive please, I do not mind paying as long as I get get secured again, also does any one know how I can load spell check & gramaure (spelling lol), thanks Kenny xx
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