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Heartbleed Vulnerability
Posted by Ryan R. on 10 April 2014 09:01 AM

In regards to the recent news about the Heartbleed Vulnerability, we wanted to let our customers know we have already rolled out the patch on all of our servers which fixes this issue.

This only effects those sites that use SSL Certificates. (an https link)

OneEach Technologies


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Support Site Maintenance Notice
Posted by Ryan R. on 12 February 2014 11:29 AM

We will be conducting maintenance on our support site on Thursday evening between 9pm-3am MST.

During that time the site may be unavailable for short periods of time or slower response than normal.

OneEach Technologies Programming Team

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New Webinar Series - "Website 101"
Posted by Nicole F on 08 January 2014 11:44 AM

With the New Year comes new opportunities for us to provide the best experience for our customers. With that in mind, we are starting a monthly webinar series titled "Website 101".

This webinar will cover the basics of how to utilize the OneEach support system and basic website editing tips.

Our first one is coming up tomorrow (1/9), but we've got another one in January (1/22) and then one per month for the rest of the year! So, if you can't make it for tomorrow's webinar, be sure to signup for any of our upcoming dates!

To register for any of our webinars, be sure to checkout our site for all the dates and details.

Thank You,
OneEach Technologies 

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Support Site Maintenance Notice
Posted by Tony F. on 13 September 2013 07:19 PM

Maintenance Notice

We will be doing some maintenance work on this support site.

This site will be taken offline for approximately 2 hours on Friday September 13, from 9:00pm MST to 11:00PM MST.

OneEach Technologies

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Post Migration with Exchange Server
Posted by Tony F. on 10 August 2013 09:44 PM

If your website has been migrated over to our new servers and you have an Exchange Server, you may not be able to view your website on your local network (in the office).

You will need to contact whoever manages your Exchange Server to make a simple DNS change on your local network which will resolve this. In most cases this can be done remotely.

They will need the following IP address to make this change:

Note that this is not effecting those outside your office network from seeing your website.

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