[Systems] not getting mail at sdaly at sugarlabs.org since today :-(
sdaly.be at gmail.com
Tue Apr 5 05:56:54 EDT 2011
I have created a new webmail:
sdaly.sugarlabs at gmail.com
is it possible to forward sdaly at sugarlabs.org to that address?
do you know how I can migrate my sent/received mail from the
sdaly at sugarlabs.org webmail?
if I understood correctly I can set up that webmail to send as
"sdaly at sugarlabs.org"
hopefully I can also set it up as alternatively "pr at sugarlabs.org" or
"publicrelations at sugarlabs.org"
On Tue, Apr 5, 2011 at 8:02 AM, Sean DALY <sdaly.be at gmail.com> wrote:
> arrgh here we go again
> so are the mails addressed to me recoverable, or lost for good?
> does this mean no more Google calendar?
> What about pr at sugarlabs.org which is our journalist-facing address,
> and vital now that Google has cut off our softphone as of Sunday?
> i will try to open another gmail account but it's problematic to be
> cut off suddenly (a mail to the address about to be cut off could
> avoid a situation like this)
> On Tuesday, April 5, 2011, Bernie Innocenti <bernie at sugarlabs.org> wrote:
>> On Tue, 2011-04-05 at 00:13 +0200, Sean DALY wrote:
>>> Hi, I have noticed that my google webmail sdaly at sugarlabs.org is not
>>> receiving e-mail as of late yesterday or early today. Two messages
>>> sent today from this address (sdaly.be at gmail.com), and one from Luke
>>> F, never made it to the sdaly at sugarlabs.org inbox. This is of course
>>> problematic because many of my contacts use the sl.o adress.
>>> In addition, the addess pr at sugarlabs.org (our main journalist contact
>>> e-mail) seems to not be forwarding to sdaly at sugarlabs.org either. This
>>> is very problematic as there will be a PR event this week.
>>> Outgoing mail, calendar invites functioning normally.
>>> Any idea why this is happening? Any assistance greatly appreciated
>> Since Saturday, mail is being routed directly to our mail server,
>> without going through Google Apps first. This is why a few months ago we
>> asked all users to indicate where they wanted their sugarlabs.org mail
>> The easiest option for you would be to get everything sent to your
>> current GMail account. You can keep sending email as sdaly at sugarlabs.org
>> and pr at sugarlabs.org by configuring those identities in your account.
>> You could also sort incoming email addressed to sdaly at sugarlabs.org into
>> a separate mail folder by creating a filter and a label in GMail's
>> To ease the transition, the current Google Apps site will remain
>> accessible for a while longer, unsupported by the Infrastructure Team
>> (unless one of our sysadmins volunteers to maintain it).
>> Bernie Innocenti
>> Sugar Labs Infrastructure Team
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