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Topic # 136856 11-Dec-2013 10:11
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Just FYI:

Some Xtra email customers I've talked to are having issues logging onto webmail (http://xtramail.co.nz). They see a message similar to this:
Scheduled Maintenance
Sorry for the hold up. Looks like a temporary glitch in our network has part of Yahoo!Xtra mail down, so you're briefly without service. Rest assured the alarms are blaring in the basement and our team is working frantically to get you up and running ASAP. Again, the snag is on our end — so there's no need for you to do a thing.

EDIT: Link to screenshot of error (it's cold because I am new here) = https://i.imgur.com/UuXNazY.png

 

  • The issue is currently under investigation and will be resolved as soon as possible.
  • Some affected customers are still able to send
  • Issue appears to affect receiving email via email client and mobile device as well

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  Reply # 951022 12-Dec-2013 15:29
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Yahoo themselves are having major issues, may be related?






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  Reply # 951659 13-Dec-2013 14:33
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stevenz: Yahoo themselves are having major issues, may be related?


Sounds accurate. My yahoo.com address was doing the same thing (couldn't log in). Tried again today and I can log in (both Xtra and Yahoo.com) and am unsure what was the fix but at least it seems to be over and resolved now.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 951663 13-Dec-2013 14:40
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Another reason to migrate to gmail or outlook.com

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  Reply # 951665 13-Dec-2013 14:42
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Ragnor: Another reason to migrate to gmail or outlook.com


They have utages too though. Outlook.com had an outage a few weeks ago as I recall seeing people on here saying they couldn't access it. The best solution is to buy a domain, which means it doesn't matter who with email is hosted with, as you can easily change providers, as long as you locally download and store your email.

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