The problem: My site offers dozens of different membership options. When a member renews and chooses a new membership type, he has two overlapping memberships and still receives expiration notice e-mails for the original membership type. The issue that I need fixed is the sending of expiration notice e-mails for the original membership type. These e-mails have caused a lot of confusion among our members. Fix needed: Send expiration notice e-mails to members based on their MAXIMUM EXPIRATION DATE––i.e., the expiration date of the new membership type, not the expiration date of the original membership type. Using the example of overlapping memberships below, the member should not receive an expiration notice until around 2016-06-30. MEMBERSHIP TYPE A EXPIRE: 2014-01-30 MEMBERSHIP TYPE B EXPIRE: 2016-06-30 Is this something that aMember can support out of the box––or would a hack/customization be needed? These exceptions are listed in the e-mail messages admin panel. Expiration message will not be sent if: • User has other active products with the same renewal group • User has unsubscribed from e-mail messages Is it possible to add this condition? • User has other active products Further requested customization-–please respond with ideas for implementation: When members have two overlapping membership types, notify the admin by sending an e-mail message with the member’s subscription information (member name, old membership type, new membership type, expiration dates of each membership, link to Edit User section of admin panel).