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News about Too Much Media products and related technology.

  • 16 November 2015 Update: New NATS Version Released

    We are proud to announce the latest version of NATS is now available for upgrade. New billers and features in this version include:

    Setting GATEWAY_HTTPS domains for each site/tour.
    Allow VERP as an email method.
    Updates on Bulk import of adtools.

    A more detailed list of Billers, Third Party Partners, Features and Updates is available in our change log article. To upgrade to the latest version of NATS please submit a support ticket with our techs. Please keep in mind that upgrades are only performed from Monday through Thursday between the hours of 10AM and 4PM Eastern Time.

  • 03 November 2015 TMM Insider November 2015 Released!

    In this issue of the TMM Insider, Too Much Media hires John Mauser as Director, Sales and Marketing, a new NATS release is available, news from vocaONE, details on Server moves, and membership logging.

  • 16 October 2015 Highlighted Feature: NATS Backup Service

    Reduce the risk of losing your NATS data permanently with Too Much Media's remote backup service. This service will back up your NATS files, NATS database, and any custom Smarty functions and templates, all to an off-site server.

    For information about our this and all our services, click here.

    If you're all ready a NATS client please put in a support ticket if you are interested in adding this backup service to your NATS installation.

  • 05 October 2015 TMM Insider October 2015 Released!

    In this Month's TMM Insider, learn about NATS for Networks software, our Backup Service, creating new Payment Methods, and using No Cost Registrations.

  • 16 September 2015 Highlighted Feature: Automatic Cascades

    NATS provides a special cascade type called an Automatic Cascade that will bypass a NATS join page and automatically send the member to the first biller of the cascade. This provides the option for your member to sign up using less steps while still being tracked through NATS. For further details on Automatic cascades, how they work, and how they are set up, please visit our online documentation here.