I have been running eM Client v. 9.2 Pro for several years on my old Windows 7 PC. I just acquired a new Windows 11 PC and am slowly migrating all of my stuff to the new machine. I plan to keep the old machine running concurrently until I get the new one set up just the way I want it.
My eM Client setup is fairly complicated. Lots of local folders as well as server files from my three email accounts, including Microsoft Exchange, Gmail and iCloud. I have backed up the Client, downloaded and installed a new copy of eM Client on the new PC and restored the old setup to the new. It looks fine, but I would like the copy on the old PC remain usable until I’m certain both setups are identical.
My problem is dealing with my eM Client Pro license. When I installed the new copy it said I would have a 30-day trial before I would need a license for it. But today, only one day later, it stopped receiving new emails. How should I handle my license so that I can have both copies running for a few days? If I disable the license on the old will I still be able to look at all the different accounts and folders in it?