Yep, you’ve read it right. Add a domain or domain alias is no longer available for free G Apps accounts starting last year I think. Suddenly I just can’t add any more additional domains to my other Google Apps account. I think they found it to be a loop hole or something. Because when you have an old Google Apps account with 2000+ users, you can add additional domain without limit. So you don’t need to buy a Google Apps for Business account in order to enjoy all the features of Google Apps.
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For those who didn’t know yet, there’s a parking area inside NAIA 3 and it’s open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The current prices as of January 2015 are as follows: Php40.00 for Sedan and other 4-wheeled vehicles, Php 15.00 for Motorcycles, Overnight Parking is Php 300.00. If you lost your parking slip, a penalty of 500 Pesos is imposed.
Singlehop.com is currently upgrading their website. Right now, everything seems to be inaccessible, including their support page, LEAP3.singlehop.com. In their maintenance page, they said that you can still file a ticket and login directly to https://leap3.singlehop.com, but it’s not working. If you’re in a hurry you can actually e-mail the firstname.lastname@example.org. It’s the only way to reach them right now, as support e-mail is not available in Singlehop. You can only reach support through LEAP, which is not available as of the moment.
I don’t know if anyone noticed, but the dormancy fee and below minimum fee for BPI accounts was waived since June of 2014. Before that month last year, my accounts that are dormant for many months and are below the minimum daily balance was charged with a dormancy fee. $5.00 USD for dollar accounts and PHP200 for Peso accounts. But after that month, I’ve noticed that my dormant accounts with below minimum balance are not charged with fees anymore.
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If you encountered the Fatal error: Call to a member function isLockExists() after trying re-index your Magento site, then don’t panic. It’s just a minor glitch after upgrading from 126.96.36.199 to 1.9.1. Just clear your cache then try re-indexing again. It will work afterwards. If your latest Magento site still doesn’t work, try logging out the logging in back again and all the errors will be gone in no time.
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