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  • Archive for June, 2009 & Upgrades

    June 15th, 2009

    On Monday June 29th 2009, we will be retiring the server holding all active email boxes for the and Both, domains will be transitioned to a new server; however, due to
    program limitations, we cannot copy any user content (address book, calendar, emails, etc).

    Changes to our password scheme will also require a password to now have a minimum of 5
    characters and not contain your username:

    Example: cannot have a password of john123

    We can be contacted at anytime to update your current password before the June 29th deadline.
    After the deadline, if your current password does not comply with the new settings, we will
    change the password for you.

    This will not affect anyone using an email client to download their data to their personal
    machines. Anyone primarily using Webmail to check their mail will need to set up an email
    program to retrieve their data from the server see our FAQ. Failure to do so by June 29th will result in
    loss of email

    If you have any questions or concerns, the Delaware.Net Support Staff can be reached at (888)
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    Jakes Seafood Photography

    June 8th, 2009

    As most know, one of the biggest ingredients to a high-end looking website is good quality, high resolution images. Part of my job as a team member of Delaware.Net, Inc. is to capture quality photography for use in building our clients’ websites. I had the opportunity this week to travel to Rehoboth Beach, Delaware and shoot the Jake’s Seafood locations for use on their new website, which will be custom built, and contain our Content Management System, Team-Logic™. Jake’s Seafood’s new site is definitely going to be cutting edge compared to most of the websites in Sussex County. » Read more: Jakes Seafood Photography

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