Pieter Roosens wrote: > Op 16-apr-09, om 02:55 heeft Bob Meetin het volgende geschreven: >> I took a tour of all 3 options. Yahoo store looks like a bit more >> than client needs. Of the other two, e-junkie looks fine as it >> includes a >> package which allows you to store the downloadable products on either >> their site or yours. It's not clear to me how they would design the >> protection for unauthorized downloads but I assume once you sign on, >> you read the manual... >> >> -Bob > > On E-junkie, buyers get a download link: > "Please note, the download link will expire after 48 hours from now or > after 5 attempts, which ever event happens first." > But you can reactivate expired links. > No actual manual AFAIK, but works fine for me, because the admin panel > kinda explains itself. > > Pieter > e-junkie also emailed me back (promptly) with a little info on how they obfuscate the download link from would-be prying eyes. I am satisfied that they have a reasonable process in place. However, for faint of heart buyers, I might add really simple FAQ noting what you said on the website. The concept of download links and email messages that get caught by spam filters can thwart may novices.