June 3, 2011
On 16th June between 7am and 8am our third-party electricity supplier will be conducting maintenance on our power supply.
Whilst we do not anticipate any disruptions to our hosting services during this time we wish to advise of this maintenance in the event of any unforeseen problems arising affecting telephone communications.
Our redundant hosting infrastructure will continue to provide mail and spam filtering services in the event of a prolonged disruption to our electricity supply.
Please keep an eye on our Twitter account for more news relating to this maintenance.
March 3, 2011
This evening we have successfully migrated our web, email, database and spam filtering servers over to new fileserver hardware.
These upgrades are designed to provide greater performance, scalability and reliability whilst also enabling us to roll out a number of exciting new services in the very near future.
Our decision to virtualize Muirfield’s hosting environment also allows us to reduce the carbon footprint of our datacentre by lowering the number of physical servers required by over 50%.
We have also taken this opportunity to rebrand our Quarantine interface to reflect the look of our HelpDesk system in addition to offering a more feature-rich Webmail interface.
Please feel free to contact our support team should you wish to offer any feedback or discuss any issues you may be experiencing as a result of these upgrades.
February 10, 2011
We are currently experiencing some issues with our Content Filtering Services’ Quarantine interface and we are currently undergoing maintenance to resolve this problem.
This issue will not hinder the flow of mail however it will limit access to release messages from Quarantine.
Thank you for your patience whilst we experience this outage.
UPDATE: Problems with the Quarantine were resolved at 12:40pm on 10/2/11.
July 7, 2008
One of the many services offered by Muirfield Computer Services Pty Ltd is our Mail Hosting with Content Filtering service which provides spam & virus protection for email.
Messages which are suspected to be spam are placed into Quarantine for a period of five days, these messages can be released for delivery or deleted through our web-based Quarantine interface.
Please click on the link below to check the contents of your Quarantine.