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This post was merged (inappropriately, in my opinion) into this morning's over-arching topic of mail server outage. And yet the question remains, how often do these mail server outages happen? Please post replies to this topic with your experiences (OTHER THAN TODAY, Sept 12) concerning such:
An inquiring mind would like to know. Thank you.
Actually fairly reliable. That being said I know of two outages this year. Note I use a Email clients and not normally the Webmail interface.
I use Zohomail for anyting I feel is important. I also look at my VZ mail through the Zoho site and have not noticed any outages other than today in the last year or so.
BTW mine has been working fine all day today (since 7 am EST).
I think in 8 years I have probably experienced maybe 3 or 4 email outages, all brief, generally less than 2 hours. After my awful experience with Charter Cable's email, Verizon's has been incredibly reliable in comparison. And I have not experienced the outage today that so many people are posting about, both my PC-based client and the Verizon webmail interface have worked just fine so far today (and continue to work).
FiOS TV, 25/25 Internet, and Digital Voice user
QIP7232, QIP7100-P2, IMG 1.9.4
Keller, TX 76248 (VHO 1)
... Verizon's has been incredibly reliable in comparison ... have not experienced the outage today that so many people are posting about ...
I use Outlook client (and a few others on various Linux boxes). All of these work just fine. It seems no matter how many times users are warned against relying on webmail services, they continue to do so. Then when things go south with webmail and their collected correspondence vanishes, it's a "surprise."
"You can warn some of the people some of the time," etc.
Good to hear that today's server SNAFU seems to be an outlier event.
I experienced outages 2-3 times a year with Comcast; either mail or DNS servers slow or not responding.
I wish Outlook would distinguish between server not responding, server refusing connection and server authentication failure and retry/prompt accordingly instead of prompting every single time. (Well, that's not (exactly) Vzn's fault...)
Thanks for the feedback.