Because of an issue with the server that hosts mail.his.com, we had to perform an emergency backup and restore Sunday afternoon, 11/12/2017. This caused incoming mail for his.com and hers.com addresses to go missing for a few hours. We were able to re-deliver all of the missing mail, so no incoming mail was lost. Depending… Read More »
Centurylink had a network outage that affected our Sterling, VA data center for approximately 15 minutes starting at 7:03 AM EST 2/9/2016 until 7:18 AM EST. The problem has been resolved.
We are patching and rebooting all linux servers for the ‘GHOST‘ security vulnerability. Reboots aren’t needed often with linux, but because this patch replaces a library (glibc) that is used by many programs on each server, a reboot is required.
Starting at 6:30 AM on Monday, 5/19/2014, multiple servers were hit with a high-volume spam flood from a Russian botnet that had hijacked user email accounts. The volume was so high that spam.his.com, which filters both incoming and outgoing mail, became backlogged and mail delivery became very slow. We identified the problem shortly after 7 AM and… Read More »
In order to expand disk space to accommodate larger user disk allowances, Zimbra servers mail.his.com and dc.his.com will be taken offline briefly this weekend: mail.his.com – starting at 3 AM EDT, Saturday, April 6th – COMPLETED 5:20 AM April 6 dc.his.com – starting at 3 AM EDT, Sunday, April 7th – COMPLETED with no downtime.
We will be performing system upgrades at our Sterling, VA hosting location that will require reboots of some servers. Update: this work has been completed as of 12:00 PM 3/30.
mail.his.com will be rebooted on Sunday 2/10/2013 for maintenance at approximately 9 AM EST and will be unavailable for several minutes.
All Zimbra mail servers have been upgraded to Zimbra Network Edition 7.2.2, the current 7.x release.
We’ve started seeing email that looks like this: (This is just a screengrab image – the links above aren’t live). The message looks real enough (which is the idea) but it did not come from Facebook. The link actually goes to servers in 15 locations in Korea, Japan, Brazil, Hungary, Poland and the Ukraine, where… Read More »