We continue to examine all aspects of this issue both internally, and in conjunction with Microsoft to fully address the underlying cause of the Exchange latency that was experienced by some customers last week. Integrated within that process, we’re still working on the root cause analysis. However, network performance and mail flow remain at optimum levels and we continue to see no customer impacts associated with this issue. Throughout the extended troubleshooting process, we discovered other opportunities for efficiency and we are working to fully incorporate those, as well.
We’re marking the issue as resolved from a customer impact standpoint, but we continue to closely monitor and adjust the Exchange service for performance and efficiency. A root cause analysis will be available once the validation process has been completed.
We continue to monitor the hosted Microsoft Exchange service for any connectivity issues, but performance is still fully tracking as optimal. So far, the only issues we have discovered have been with a few customers who haven’t restarted their mail client since last week and were still receiving authentication requests. Once the mail client was restarted, all authentication and password prompt cleared. No other negative impacts or latency issues have been identified.
Our engineering team is still working through the validation process and we’ll post more on the final details and the root cause of this issue when that process has been completed.
Over the weekend, our Engineering team made significant progress toward resolving the hosted Microsoft Exchange service latency that was being experienced. Mail flow and CPU performance remains optimal and we are closely monitoring to ensure that connectivity issues with our Exchange service have been fully resolved. We’ll post more on the final details and the root cause of this issue once the complete validation has been accomplished.
Mail flow and message queues remain normal, but random Outlook Web access and Microsoft Outlook timeouts are still occurring, along with intermittent connectivity drops resulting in authentication and password prompts for some hosted Microsoft Exchange customers. We continue to closely monitor and adjust our Exchange platform in order to counteract any experienced latency. Systems Engineering is diligently working with Microsoft to determine the underlying cause for this Exchange issue and will continue to do so throughout the weekend until the issue is identified and fully addressed.
Of course, any change or advancement in status will be posted and shared throughout the weekend – but we won’t post unnecessary updates as long as the status remains the same.
Mail flow and message queues remain stable and we are monitoring and adjusting performance as possible in order to counteract any experienced latency, which still may be resulting in intermittent authentication issues, password prompts and possible sluggishness for some of our hosted Microsoft Exchange service users. Engineering personnel from Microsoft are still actively working to uncover and fully address the root cause of the connectivity issues impacting our hosted Microsoft Exchange service. More status updates to come as we continue to work towards a full resolution.
Mail flow remains normal, but random authentication and password prompts are still occurring and we’re still experiencing brief connectivity issues with our hosted Microsoft Exchange service. Our Engineers are still troubleshooting the root cause directly with Microsoft and we will continue to update status as progress is made.
Our Engineering team continues to troubleshoot the issue with Microsoft that is impacting our hosted Microsoft Exchange environment. Mail flow is currently normal, although intermittent latency is still causing authentication and password prompts for some customers. We are still actively working the issue and will continue to post updates until the issue is fully resolved.
Troubleshooting with Microsoft continues. Mail flow remains normal, although some customers are still experiencing random Outlook Web Access and Outlook timeouts, as well as intermittent latency with regards to authentication and password prompts. We’re still actively working to resolve the issue and will continue to post more as progress is made towards a resolution.
Our Engineering team continues to work with Microsoft to fully resolve this issue. Random connectivity delays with password prompts and authentication requests are still occurring, but mail flow is currently normal. We are actively monitoring the issue and will continue to post status updates as progress is made.
Our Hosted Microsoft Exchange continues to experience random connectivity issues, which is resulting in authentication and password prompts for some customers. Customers experiencing delays are still low and we continue to troubleshoot the issue with Microsoft. We will continue to provide updates as they become available.
Our Hosted Microsoft Exchange service is still experiencing random connectivity issues, but associated delays are lessening. We are working to keep any delays to a minimum and continue to work with Microsoft to troubleshoot the issue. More status updates to come as we continue to work through the issue.
Our Hosted Microsoft Exchange service continues to experience delays and connection issues. We have escalated the issue and are working with Microsoft to troubleshoot further. The status will be frequently updated as we continue to work to resolve the issue.
Mail flow has remained stable throughout the evening. Our engineering staff continues to troubleshoot and monitor the issue. More information to come as we continue to work through the issue.
Mail flow has returned to normal, but we're still troubleshooting the underlying cause of the connectivity issues.
Mail flow has returned to normal, but we’re still noticing some authentication delays in Outlook and Outlook Web Access (OWA). Our engineering team is still investigating.
Customers with hosted Microsoft Exchange services may be experiencing sluggish or non-responsive client connectivity. Our engineering team is currently investigating this issue. We will provide further updates shortly.