Server Maintenance

Saturday, Feb 29, 2020

Now that DNS propagation should be completed, and no traffic appears to be hitting the old server, your account on the old server has been suspended, prior to removal in 7-10 days.

If you experience any issues accessing your web site or email, please contact Kelley for assistance.

Tuesday, Feb 25, 2020

Everything seems to have gone smoothly with the server migration and DNS propagation. If you are not receiving new email, please check your incoming and outgoing mail servers (they should be set to mail.[yourdomain] or If your mail servers are correct, try rebooting your computer or device.

Feb 24, 2020

10:30PM – The site migration has been completed. 

If you use mail.[yourdomain] as your mail server, there is no change. But if you use as your mail server, you will need to change it to at this time.

IMPORTANT : For a short time during the transition, your account will be on both the new and old servers at the same time, as it can take a few days for the change to propagate across the Internet. I have done everything possible to make this change as seamless as possible, but during this time, you may experience a delay in incoming email, or possibly an error message when checking your email. If you experience any email errors, confirm you have the correct incoming and outgoing mail server configured, and then restart the affected computer or mobile device.

9:30PM – Most sites have been moved. The remaining sites will be done soon.
8:30PM – I am beginning the migration process. Please stand by. 

AM update – I had to delay the server migration by a few days, but I am planning to move the server tonight. If the move is successful, you may need to update your mail server settings tomorrow.

Feb 16, 2020

If you received an email today notifying you that your web site will be moving to a new server, this web site will be updated over the next several days with status updates about the change. Please refer back to this page if you have any questions.