Email Down

Just wanted to say that if you’ve sent an email to me (or Keith or anyone else we’ve given addresses to) at any of the CricketFeet.com email addresses (or HollywoodHappyHour.com addresses or FaithSalie.com addresses) since 3:20pm today, I’ve not received it.
And they have no idea whether I WILL receive it when the servers are brought back online. Lovely, huh?
Their live chat was so dang helpful… “If you didn’t receive any emails when the server is brought back online, please contact our admin for resending.” What?!? How will I know whether I didn’t receive an email if the person who sent it thinks it got to me (since they put out NO error messages or anything)? Am I supposed to send an email to everyone who MIGHT have sent me an email today, letting them know I didn’t get it?
Brilliant.
Yes, I did contact those MOST LIKELY to be making contact to ask them to CC my GMail email account for now… but son of a BITCH, when will this crud be over? Bleh! Technology. Bleh! Oh well… at least I’m getting caught up on mail I’m SENDING (since my ability to send mail hasn’t been compromised… of course no one had better reply anytime soon). Grr.
Vent over. Life is otherwise 100% good. (Oh, and I could watch Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip like constantly. Not since season one of Nip/Tuck have I been so in love with a show that I want to watch it again the INSTANT the credits roll.)

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2 Comments

  1. Avatar Babes September 28, 2006 at 11:48 pm

    I might have sent you an e-mail today.

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  2. Avatar Mary Carlisle September 29, 2006 at 7:34 am

    LOL I was having problems with my DSL this morning. Its amazing how crippled I feel with out my computer. It’s my life line! It always brings me back to the days when I was just knee hight to a grasshopper and I walk down to the mail box. ooooh technology is right!!!!!!

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