his.com and hers.com mailboxes on mail.his.com have been increased in size to 5 gigabytes. You can add disk storage if you need it for $1/gb/month. You can check your storage status by logging on to https://webmail.his.com and hovering your mouse over the bar under your name at the top of the screen. Tip: if you… Read More »
There’s a significant attack by a botnet on WordPress sites, where the bots are trying to guess the passwords of common admin logins. More info: http://arstechnica.com/security/2013/04/huge-attack-on-wordpress-sites-could-spawn-never-before-seen-super-botnet/ If you are using WordPress and are using a common username or a common password, change it immediately to something less obvious. Update your WordPress admin password when in… 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.
This bogus email is making the rounds and seems to be slipping past spam filters at the moment. If you get one of these messages, delete it. The link in the message takes you to a form that asks you to enter your email address and password. If you do this, you can count on… Read More »
We’re seeing a significant increase in the number of ‘phishing’ and malware email messages. Most of these are being stopped by Postini’s spam/virus filters, but some are getting through, and some are getting past our own spam/virus filters that we use to supplement Postini. These messages are well crafted and look like legitimate email from… Read More »
Over the past few months we’ve seen an enormous jump in the number of password-guessing attacks on our mail servers. The attackers are spammers who are trying to get access to legitimate accounts so they can send spam. We have software in place that identifies and blocks these attacks, but if a password is too… Read More »