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Authorize.net Payment Integration: Akamai change reminder email.Asked by Miles on May 24, 2016 at 08:37 PM
We are using authorize.net with our Jotform. We keep getting these emails and wanted to make sure our connection on our Jotforms will not be broken after June 30th.
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Thank you for sharing that information. It is highly likely that our developers are also receiving this email. But let me forward this to them just to make sure.
We will hear directly from them if there's any change needed in your end.
Hi there, I was wondering if there is an update concern.
So far we currently do not have any updates from our developers regarding the email you have received. This thread has been prioritized as very important. Rest assured we will let you know on this thread once we have any news. Regards.
The scheduled update from Authorize.Net should not affect your forms. You can be assured that our servers are compatible with the changes they will be implementing.
This is nothing to be concerned about :)