Richard W Posted September 30, 2014 Share Posted September 30, 2014 Important Announcement: The SpamCop Reporting Service is saddened by the news that Corporate Email Services (CESmail) will cease operations on September 30, 2014. As the exclusive provider of email service under the spamcop.net name, we have had a long standing business relationship with CESmail, which enhanced the service we have provided since 1998. SpamCop has worked with CESmail to ensure an orderly shutdown. To minimize impact to SpamCop users, CESmail has provided instructions to their customers to change their account options and provide a forwarding address prior to 5:00 pm EDT September 30, 2014. At that time SpamCop will take over the mail forwarding and CESmail will permanently close their operations. On the transition day, we will do our best to ensure the service migration to be seamless, however please be informed that temporary service disruption may happen. SpamCop will provide this mail forwarding service with no additional or future charge to our users. Our commitment is to provide the forwarding service through 2015 and review the ongoing need for this service annually each fall. Should you wish to discontinue this forwarding or change the address mail is being forwarded to, you will find a new tab on the SpamCop.net Reporting Service page when logged in allowing you to do this. It is important CESmail customers follow the instructions provided to set up forwarding. There will be no rescuing email accounts, files or folders once we take over the forwarding service. Those who have subscribed to the CESmail provided mail service have enjoyed enhanced access to the SpamCop reporting service, including all features of a premium SpamCop reporting account. This includes the ability to have standing addresses receive copies of SpamCop reports, the option to add addresses to receive copies of SpamCop reports, the option to appeal issues to SpamCop staff from directly within the reporting structure, and of course no nag screens when reporting spam. Anyone who has a CESmail account at the time of shutdown on September 30 will continue to enjoy the premium access to the SpamCop reporting service indefinitely without additional or future charge. SpamCop is also pleased to announce that while the user support forums have been hosted by CESmail, we will continue to keep the forums operational as the primary source for user support. Peer to peer support has been an important part of keeping SpamCop as a free service. To accommodate the changeover of the SpamCop Forums to our servers there will be a short outage of the forums on Thursday, October 2 between 9:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. PDT. There has been speculation that the end of the SpamCop mail service is a sign of Cisco not supporting SpamCop. Nothing could be further from the truth as Cisco remains completely supportive of SpamCop and further commits to upcoming and ongoing enhancements to the SpamCop reporting service. Again, we must reiterate the importance that you follow the instructions you have received from CESmail to set your mail forwarding options prior to the changeover in service at 5:00 p.m. EDT this Tuesday, September 30, 2014. Richard Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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