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March 25, 2007

The Control Panel and Webmail links have been updated. These enhanced features can now be reached directly from our Member's page.

March 1, 2004

Analogue Echo is pleased to announce our service upgrades, which will include increased webspace and bandwidth for all domains hosted on our systems. Some other enhancements include enhancements to our e-mail systems, complete with user configurable forwarding and spam control functions.

July 19, 2002

As you may already know, Analogue Echo's services were interrupted on July 18, 2002 from approximately 2:30 AM until 5:30 PM.

Due to a lack of communication from Analogue Echo's upstream provider, the IP addresses (addresses used by computers to locate each other across the Internet) of our nameservers were changed. As these new addresses were not associated with Analogue Echo's servers there was no way for other computers to locate our hosted websites or deliver e-mail.

At 5:30 PM on July 18 the Analogue Echo nameserver information was updated, though these updates can take some time to propagate across the Internet so there may have been a delay between the update and when your website became accessible. If your site and services have not been restored by now, please contact Analogue Echo either by e-mail at info@anecho.mb.ca or phone (204) 475-0007.

January 27, 2002

In continuing to upgrade our network to meet the needs of our customers there will now be "dedicated" addresses specifically for our customers that do not have domain names. All other services and users will not be affected.
If you website currently resides at at an address such as http://www.anecho.mb.ca/~myname it will soon have a new home of http://members.anecho.mb.ca/~myname (note the "members" portion).
These new addresses are active immediately, but there will be a transition time where the old addresses will still work. Following this, for a short time a "forwarder" service will be in place to redirect browsers. To make the change-over as seamless as possible it is recommended that any information referring to the old address be updated.
Please note that this change-over will not affect your e-mail address.

January 15, 2002

As a note to all of our customers who used to be on the @home network, please ensure that you have updated your forwarding e-mail addresses.
Even though the @Home network (for all intents and purposes) no longer exists, e-mail messages sent or forwarded to the @Home addresses will not get returned as undeliverable. In events such as this, the sender will not know that the message has not gone through, nor will you realise that you have missed messages.

December 14, 2001

Our network upgrade has now been successfully completed. You may notice a temporary outage of services which are a result of our nameservers having changed internet addresses.
To ensure an easy transaction of domain names hosted by Analogue Echo (which Analogue Echo is not authoritative for), please ensure that the nameservers listed in your record are:
At least one of these nameservers must be listed in your domain record or your site will not be accessible.
For .com or .net domains, you may check the WHOIS here to see which nameservers you have listed.
For .ca addresses you may check the CIRA WHOIS (in the upper-right corner).

Any comments, additions, or suggestions? Please feel free to drop us a line at info@anecho.mb.ca.

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