Covisp.net is no longer accepting new domains for email services, and we will be phasing out all email services.
Mail that is placed in the Junk mailbox is processed much more often, but is also automatically deleted after 7 days.
Mail that is in a folder named SPAM will be deleted after 7 days and will not be processed.
Mail that is forwarded to Google will be checked for spam first any anything that is tagged by our server as spam will not be forwarded, since google is not able to tell the difference between forwarded mail and new mail and keeps temporarily blacklisting the mail server, which delays mail delivery. This does mean that you will need to check your mailbox on Covisp if you seem to be missing mail.
If you move mail from Junk to your INBOX, it will be scanned as good mail.
No other mailboxes are scanned by the server-side spam filters.
No one will be available in the office to answer phone calls or emails from May 2—May 11
You may have read on the internet about a virus (it’s not a virus) or a vulnerability in many websites due to a bug with OpenSSL, one of the most common libraries used for securing web traffic.
The Covisp servers are not vulnerable to this bug, and use a version of openssl (0.9.8 branch) that does not contain the bug. Covisp will not be issuing new certificates for the mailserver.