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  1. PCZero

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    In the most recent version on WHM () I am all of a sudden seeing a parameter that is not initialized

    An API Token for the Pushbullet API
    The current value for this field is invalid. You must update it.

    I have no idea in hell what this is or how to configure it. Any input would be very much appreciated. A search of the forums did not help at all.
     
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    IP that was the thread i found. It tells me how to get rid of the red warning but it does not at all tell me what that parameter is all about, how to use it, or how to configure it. Do you have any guidance in those areas?
     
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    I don't at this time. But, you can google for the term pushbullet and get a good idea what its all about I think. You can also search from this page for pushbullet and get some additional Info cPanel related, as well:
    Support & Customer Service | cPanel, Inc.


    I'm sure we'll all know more about this very soon. If you check the changelogs for the term, PushBullet, you see it coming up multiple times over the past few months.
     
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