[Systems] not getting mail at sdaly at sugarlabs.org since today :-(
sdaly.be at gmail.com
Tue Apr 5 10:52:18 EDT 2011
Bernie - I understand the rationale, but unless I'm mistaken the last
mail I had from you said webmail would stay up after all. All I'm
saying is, consider sending a mail before cutting off service.
there were no bounces, my mails went into a black hole which has me
worried, and that is happening with pr at sugarlabs.org too
I have set up yet another webmail OK, but still no idea how to migrate
350+ Mb of sent/received mail, which if I lose will really be
On Tue, Apr 5, 2011 at 4:33 PM, Bernie Innocenti <bernie at sugarlabs.org> wrote:
> On Tue, 2011-04-05 at 08:02 +0200, Sean DALY wrote:
>> arrgh here we go again
>> so are the mails addressed to me recoverable, or lost for good?
> They should have just bounced to the sender, so they know you didn't get
> them. Let me (or any other sysadmin) know where you'd like your email
> forwarded to and it will be done in a blink.
>> does this mean no more Google calendar?
> One possibility is using calendars in your Google account and sharing
> them with others.
> Alternatively, some time ago I've setup cal.sugarlabs.org, but so far
> I've not found the time to configure it for use by multiple users. If
> you'd like to use it, I'll give it a shot next week-end.
>> 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)
> Indeed, there was an advance notice with full details of how to continue
> receiving email. Now I remembered that you had asked for an extension to
> migrate your account elsewhere, but that was over 3 months ago!
> Consider that this change costs only 5 minutes of your time and saves us
> from the continued burden of maintaining two parallel email systems with
> unnecessarily complicated routing between them. The Infrastructure Team
> is running on a very tight time budget, therefore it's best to focus our
> resources on maintaining fewer, essential services for the benefit of
> many users.
> Bernie Innocenti
> Sugar Labs Infrastructure Team
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