Oct 18, 2019 – 9:56 AM ET – There is currently an issue affecting customers with @widomaker.com e-mail accounts. In addition to @widomaker.com, e-mail users may also receive e-mail addressed to their account @widowmaker.com and @tni.net. Those domain aliases (widowmaker.com and tni.net) are not currently mapped to their original domains. As a result, users will experience the inability to receive emails at the address of an aliased domain until the issue is resolved. Our e-mail server provider is working on resolving the issue.
Updates on this issue may be found by clicking the button, below…
Oct 18, 2019 – 1:08 PM ET – Issue resolved.
August 29, 2019: We have been informed of an issue with our e-mail server provider that may cause inbound e-mail delays…
August 6, 2019: There is currently an issue that might affect a small number of e-mail users who use mail.widomaker.com as their POP or IMAP server. Affected users might experience delays in inbound mail delivery, or sluggishness using Webmail (webmail.widomaker.com). As a result, emergency maintenance has been scheduled for the evening of 8/6.
7/18/2019, 12:45 pm – There is currently an issue affecting e-mail users with widomaker.com e-mail addresses. Updates will be available from the below link…
7/19/2019, 2:00 pm – The issue has been resolved.
This announcement applies to customers who have a widomaker.com (or tni.net) e-mail address, and use Webmail.
Our e-mail server provider is updating our Webmail platform to provide you with a better e-mail experience. The new Webmail will improve the way you manage and send email, helping you get more done, whether you’re at your desk or on the go.
Over the past several days some customers, with widomaker.com (or tni.net) e-mail accounts, reported receiving multiple unusual Mail Quota Warning e-mail messages, like the one, below. Additionally, the customers who received these messages were not close to reaching the maximum mailbox storage limit, which could generate a Quota Warning Message.
02/02/2019 9:07pm: Our e-mail server provider has posted a status update regarding an e-mail issue.
Investigating – We are currently experiencing intermittent issues with Cluster B on our Hosted Email platform. Users may experience issues logging in and using our Webmail interface, and with receiving email via external IMAP / POP connections. We will update you as soon as we have more information on the matter.
Feb 3, 2019 – 02:07 UTC
Resolved – Our Operations team has now resolved the intermittent issues we were having on Cluster B so full functionality and service has now been restored to the Webmail interface and inbound email delivery.
Feb 03, 2019 – 03:36 UTC
Our e-mail server provider has posted a status update regarding a mail sending issue. They are currently working to resolve the issue…
Investigating – We are experiencing mail delivery issue at this time and are actively investigating the problem. We will post additional information as we receive it.
Oct 30, 17:45 UTC
Our team has resolved the issues affecting our spam filtering service in both Cluster A and B.
All services are now back on-line for both Clusters.
Oct 30, 2018 – 19:54 UTC
(Updates will be added to the bottom of this post)
We are still making progress, and getting closer to completing the previously announced e-mail migration.
We will use this weblog (blog) post, here, to communicate the status of the migration, as progress is made. Once the migration is complete, we will post that information, here, and rename the title of this post to indicate the migration is complete.
The migration IS NOT complete until we have made that announcement, here. Do not make any changes to your e-mail settings until we have announced that the migration is complete.