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Thank you for your interest in ComConnect File Sync

You’re on your way to assure your data

CommConnection-tablet-graphic_green_logo2 Congratulations! You are on your way.  Over the next few days I’ll be sending you a few messages to tell you more about ComConnect File Sync and how it can help you and your organization.

Our system is currently sending you an email with the link to register your ComConnect Cloud. If it isn’t in your inbox now, it will be in a minute or two.

With our 3 month money back guarantee, you can truly integrate the system with your practice. We think it’s better than a 30 day trial.

The Wagner Comm team is here to support you and your organization. Reach out anytime.  Please send info@wagnercommsystems.com any questions from you or your team.

PLEASE Whitelist

and prioritize all emails from www.wagnercommsystems.com, www.comconnectfilesync.com

and Jacob Wagner.

This is important! Not only will you receive the updates about ComConnect you just requested, you’ll also receive notifications about new table talks and other courses being released later this year.

But if our emails aren’t getting through to you, you will miss these important updates and you won’t receive the full benefit of being a subscriber.

So please take the following simple actions to make sure nothing slips through the cracks:

1) Follow the whitelisting instructions for your email provider at this page: http://www.wagnercommsystems.com/whitelisting-instructions/

2) If you are a Gmail user or you use any other web-based email that filters broadcasts away from your main inbox, be sure to “drag” any emails from Wagner Communication Systems or “Jacob B. Wagner” into your Priority Inbox. (Again, you don’t want to miss something.)

3) Create a special “WagnerComm” folder where you can archive emails from ComConnect File Sync, TechTable Talks and our ORM|E programs (AFTER you have read them). This is important…DO NOT setup filters to automatically direct our emails into these folders, or again, you are likely to miss something. Simply move them manually to the folder after the information in the email has been read.

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