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Atmail 6.1.8 is now available

Atmail has released a new version of its flagship email server software. Version 6.1.8 includes two new major features which are CardDAV which lets the software view users address-books within its interface, and the second feature is Webmail theme support in CSS. Other new features include photo thumbnails and Ubuntu 10.X installer support.

Apache Server on Windows vulnerabilities

Serious vulnerabilities were discovered in the  Apache HTTP Server on a Windows operating system. The affected versions are 2.2.0, 2.2.2, 2.2.3, 2.2.4, 2.2.5, 2.2.6, 2.2.8, 2.2.9, 2.2.11, 2.2.12, 2.2.13, and 2.2.14. Administrators can fix the problem by upgrading to version 2.2.15. The problem is said to be located at mod_isapi, a core module of the […]

TWIH: CyberHostPro launches Manchester DC; Energy Star rating metric coming soon

This week’s hosting news revolved heavily around the continued expansion of many companies and their data centers around the world, accompanied by news that an Energy Star rating metric for data centers is very close to completion.

DataSite Orlando gets an investment boost

DataSite Orlando has signed a contract with a large corporation that remained confidential that will involve in latter investing over $26 million into mechanical and electrical infrastructure upgrades of the data center.

Routine upgrade caused Gmail downtime

Google‘s Gmail service went offline for many of the customers yesterday due to a miscalculation in routine upgrades. IMAP and POP access and mail processing services were not affected by the outage. Google’s VP of engineering wrote an apology letter and addressed the fact that the news first appeared on Twitter and various blogs.

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