Covisp.net is no longer accepting new domains for email services, and we will be phasing out all email services.
We’ve changed ho spam messages are processed. All incoming messages are checked for spam before they are accepted and delivered to user account. Messages that are 99.99% likely to be spam are rejected. If by some chance a legitimate message hits this threshold, the sender will know the message was not delivered.
This will not block all spam, and messages will still be tagged that are likely spam or even almost certainly spam and these messages will continue to be sorted into the Junk mailbox.
If you are forwarding your mail to another service, this should help eliminate delays caused by forwarding too much spam.
We’ll continue to monitor these changes.
ON 16 January 2015 the webmail and webserver will be offline for two hours, between 1600 and 1800 MST (2300-0100 GMT).
UPDATE: downtime has been delayed until Monday, 19 Jan.
The web server will be offline Friday evening (and possibly Saturday morning), MDT. The mailserver will not be affected, but webmail and websites will be offline for at least a few hours.