Whoa… UBC interchange email has been down for a while (that can’t be good)

… and really inconvenient for those of us, who pretty function around our ability to communicate through the email. Anyway, the bulletins at IT services have been pretty cryptic, although they have “assured” us that no email (being sent in) has been lost.

Anyone out there with some inside knowledge? How would email being sent in be safeguarded, if the ability to use our interchange servers seems to be out? It can’t be good that it’s been down for over a day now.

Here’s a bit more info on the outage.

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