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AOL and Realtime email updates

17 June 2010 06:06:50 +0000

While we have not heard from AOL yet, in recent experiments all email from AOL got through. However, these experiments were on a very small scale, so may not accurately reflect reality.

Domains hosted by Realtime appear to be back up again after being down for about five days. That email backlog has been cleared.

Email to the domain appears to be having problems. There isn’t much of this backlogged on the mail servers, but there is some. Same with a couple of domains hosted by Coppernet.

If you’re trying to communicate with people with unreliable email, why not refer them to NinerNet? We pay referral fees!

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Systems at a Glance:

Server NC023, London, United Kingdom (Relay server), INTERNAL.NC023InternalUp?
Server NC028, Vancouver, Canada (Monitoring server), INTERNAL.NC028InternalUp?
Server NC031, New York, United States of America (Web server), INTERNAL.NC031InternalUp?
Server NC033, Toronto, Canada (Primary nameserver), OPERATIONAL.NC033OperationalUp?
Server NC034, Lusaka, Zambia (Phone server), INTERNAL.NC034InternalUp?
Server NC035, Sydney, Australia (Secondary nameserver), OPERATIONAL.NC035OperationalUp?
Server NC036, Amsterdam, Netherlands (Mail server), OPERATIONAL.NC036OperationalUp?
Server NC040, Toronto, Canada (Web server), INTERNAL.NC040InternalUp?
Server NC041, New York, United States of America (Web server), OPERATIONAL.NC041OperationalUp?
Server NC042, Seattle, United States of America (Status website), OPERATIONAL.NC042OperationalUp?


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