Comedy internet vehicle 123-reg has been busy today fixing its email systems – after some customers were unable to access their messages.
The web hosting company – which accidentally wiped away hundreds of websites when it deleted dozens of virtual servers in April and went all wobbly earlier this month – said only a "small number of customers are affected" by today's email trouble. "We apologise to all affected customers for any inconvenience caused," the UK-based biz added after noting that its service is, apparently, now gradually returning to normal.
Still, lots of people are angry at being unable to access their email all day on Wednesday. ®
@123reg my email has been down since lunchtime. I have a busy business. I have to have it working by 9am tomorrow. Please sort it out.— Graham Cazaly (@grahamcazaly) May 25, 2016
My first emails have finally come through after a full day without anything and it's a demand for payment from @123reg - is this banter?— Studio DBD (@studiodbd) May 25, 2016
3rd time in as many weeks without email thanks to @123reg - this is ridiculous. What is going on & what are you doing about it?— Tamsin Rennie (@studioseed) May 25, 2016