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14 April 2015, 18:01
27 April 2015, 13:06
Some customers may be experiencing issues with access their mail services via local mail clients (Outlook, Apple Mail etc) and mobile devices.
Due to a recent internal update to increase stability of the platform if your incoming and outgoing mail settings were incorrect these will no longer work.
If previously you were using any of our incoming / outgoing mail servers for a different protocol than the one it has been intended for, further issues will be experienced (i.e. you have a POP email client connecting through our IMAP server, or the other way around).
Therefore please ensure that these settings are correct as per the following Support Article:
We also have the following guide with steps on how to update your server settings on some of the most popular clients and devices:
If you are using 123-reg Business Mail or Mobility please ensure your server is: webmail.123-reg.co.uk.
If you are still experiencing issues, please raise contact our support team via https://www.123-reg.co.uk/support/contactus/ for further investigation and in the interim we strongly recommend you to use our web-based webmail interface at https://webmail.123-reg.co.uk/ to access your mailboxes.
Apologies for any inconvenience caused!
Security Advisory: WordPress WP-Super-Cache plugin vulnerability
10 April 2015, 07:57
10 April 2015, 12:20
Following a recently discovered vulnerability in one of the most popular WordPress caching plugins, we strongly recommend all customers using "WP-Super-Cache" to make sure they upgrade to the latest version, 1.4.4.
For more details about this vulnerability, please visit: blog.sucuri.net/2015/04/security-advisory-persistent-xss-in-wp-super-cache.html