The MailGuard Spam Filtering System
Go here to login to the MailGuard spam filtering system.
Remember, your login for MailGuard is email@example.com, like firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
OpenAccess customers have been using MailGuard for a few years now and we have had an excellent experience with it. Once MailGuard is properly trained it is very good at making sure you get the mail you want and do not get the mail you do not want.. Unfortunately, only you know the kinds of e-mail you do and do not want. MailGuard makes a basic guess depending on whether you choose 'off', 'low', 'medium' or 'high' sensitivity settings, but after that it needs you to tell it which e-mails are spam and which are not, especially when you first begin using it.
MailGuard stores both your good and bad e-mails for you to review and teach it your preferences, which means that if there is an e-mail that was wrongly tagged, you can quickly login, mark it is 'good' and it will be in your inbox a couple minutes later.
The whitelist features makes it great for mailing lists you may be subscribed to. In particular, many mailing lists because of the nature of what they are and how they are delivered, frequently get mis-tagged as spam. Just recover those from your MailGuard spam box and make sure they are white listed and you will always get them again, all the time.
As MailGuard is new for NAS.COM customers, we will be informally tracking the most common questions and answers about how the system works and how to use it and finally get our website here updated with that information.
MailGuard Frequently Asked Questions
2010.11.01 Digital telephone & PBX services expanded
Over the summer of 2010 OpenAccess has rolled out digital telephone service for ourselves, affiliated companies and a few customers who were willing to be 'guinea pigs'. Overall things went better than we expected and we are now opening up our digital telephone service plans to more customers.
2010.10.21 IPv6 Transition
OpenAccess will be having a mid range time line for adoption and implementation of IPv6. As most people know who are reading this, there is a certain 'chicken & egg' problem with IPv6 in as much for any organization to move to IPv6 requires that other organizations have moved to IPv6.
2010.07.15 NAS.COM wholesale VPS and WebHosting services
This fall, OpenAccess will be re-purposing the 'nas.com' domain name to provide VPS and WebHosting services, primarily wholesale to web developers. If you have an e-mail address @nas.com, or a personal website located at http://www.nas.com/~yourusername, those services will continue be supported although we will not be accepting new accounts.
2010.02.22 Joomla auto install wizard now available.
Due to popular request, we now have a Joomla auto-installer available on our newer cPanel® servers. This allows customers to quickly and easily install Joomla on their website. The auto-installer is available under the 'site software' section in the administrative interface of your webhosting account.
2009.10.25 OpenAccess begins internal testing for Windows 2008 Server hosting solutions.
OpenAccess is happy to finally be able to announce that we are beginning internal testing of cPanelŽ/Enkompass as a platform for our customers to be able to deliver Windows(c) 2008 Server solutions on.
2007.09.26 Changes in paper billing system.
Effective January 1st 2008 we will be doing what most of our competitors have been doing for years and adding a $1.00 surcharge for paper invoices.
2007.05.30 New web servers in production.
In May we got two new web servers in production. These machines are based out of our facilities in Seattle and were needed as we have about hit capacity on our existing webhosting infrastructure.
2007.03.15 Additional nationwide and global network capacity added.
OpenAccess is glad to announce that we have put into production a new circuit providing us with direct Tier-1 nationwide and global Internet transport.
2007.01.17 Verizon DSL speed upgrades complete
Today we did the work to convert all NAS.COM customers over to our faster connection into Verizon. Everybody should be seeing performance increases.
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