If your application requests the license for teaching purposes the license keys are relevant to you and those students belonging to the department indicated in the application.
I will update the conditions of the offer to make this more clear, thanks.
I teach at Rome University in a Medicinal Chemistry course.
I have applied for academic free license for both jchem and marvinbeans, but I have never received the license keys.
Would you please help me?
Thanks a lot
I re-issued the license keys.
Not sure where this went wrong but all should be well now
New keys have been added to those originally distributed with your application acceptance.
If during use you receive a dialogue box indicating that a limit has been reached and a license key is required please 'reply' to your original license key distribution email and the new keys will be forwarded.
For help activating with license keys please visit this link: http://www.jchem.com/doc/user/Licenses.html
Very new Unix user here supposed to implement JChem and Marvin packages. I'm working with a Mac OS 10.3.9. When I downloaded the Marvin software, a ChemAxon directory was created in my Home's Applications directory. JChem did not, however. When I downloaded the jchem.tar.gz file and "UnStuffed" it, 2 folders appeared on my desktop. Are they to be filed into the same ChemAxon directory as the Marvin stuff?
Where do I enter license keys?
Do I connect to a ChemAxon molecule database, or do I create my own?
Humble apologies if you're *facedesking* right now
I am not the best person to answer this but I recommend you have a look in (and direct support questions to) the support area of the forum
. A post in the Structure search and chemical database section
would be the most relevant area for JChem set up questions, though I expect that this will have been covered in previous posts or the Useful resources
section of that forum
I suppose if all else fails then a forum wide search would also get your there.
For your information, posting to the most relevant section of the technical support area will 'heads up' the moderators who will be able to point you to an actual post or resource that will help, this is the fastest method to get expert help
Cheers, best and watch out for drooling on keyboards :)
I am academic user. I will use Jchem base, screen and reactor for study and/or research purpose. I need license keys
in order to use them. I already sent my email to sales _at_ chemaxon.com
last Thursday, but have not yet received any response. Who should I contact for this problem?
Thank you very much.
I just answered your email sorry for delay and the duplication
I cannot see an Academic Package application in your name or featuring "Thomas Jefferson University". Did you complete and submit the online application form?
If not can you log into our forum
then visit this link
. You should review the conditions of the package and if these are suitable then accept and fill in the application. I will review your application then issue the keys.
Please return to me here if I can help further. Cheers and best.
I had activeted my forum account
how can i recivied the license Key
Good to hear of your interest.
I am not sure if you have applied. If not then
- you should review the conditions of our Academic Package and then if they are fine
- register on our forum (link at the top of the page)
- once you have activated the link in the email the forum will send you
- login in at the forum
- revisit the Academic Package conditions and accept the conditions (link at the bottom of the page)
this will take you to the application. Once the application is submitted I will receive notice and then can review, accept and issue the license keys.
PS To update your existing application please login to our forum and then visit this link
. If you cannot recall your password or username please visit this link
and provide either your username or the email address used to register - a new password and your username will be sent to you.