[bitfolk] "Data Transfer" role added to the address book

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Author: Andy Smith
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Hi,

You can now add contacts to the "Data Transfer" role of the address
book:

    https://panel.bitfolk.com/account/contacts/#toc-roles


If you do that then these will be the only addresses that receive
emails about your weekly data transfer stats, predicted overage,
actual overage etc.

I am also going through and rewriting documentation to reflect the
new policy that no overage will be allowed without prior
confirmation, i.e. we'll turn off your network rather than allow you
to run up a bill, unless you indicate otherwise. If you spot any
that's out of date after a few days from now, please do let me know.

(Those handful of customers that regularly incur overage bills
should assume that this will continue to be the case. I'm talking
about for people we haven't spoken to about overage before.)

I hope to get on to splitting out the billing functions into a
billing role next.

Cheers,
Andy

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