The Exchange 2007 and associated Blackberry services have been affected by an outage on January 11th 2012, between 11:10 AM and 11:20 AM. During the outage, approximately half of the Exchange 2007 users experienced slow performance and the other half were unable to access their mailboxes. Once service was restored, email held in the queue began to be delivered. As a result, affected users may notice a delay in the timestamp of when the message was sent and when it was received. The Exchange administrators are currently investigating the root cause for this outage. If further problems with Exchange 2007 mail delivery are experienced after 11:20am Wednesday January 11, 2012, please report them immediately to the IT Service Centre at 604-822-2008.
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT: This website was decommissioned on July 18, 2022
Posted on July 18, 2022
This site is no longer being updated with new postings. Please visit the UBC IT Status Page at https://status.it.ubc.ca for any new status updates and incident notifications. For operational status of our enterprise-level services, users can now subscribe in multiple ways that now includes push notifications:
- Slack integration
- RSS feed
- Custom Embed via Status API
You will be redirected shortly to the Status Page or follow the link below to go there now.
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT: This website will be decommissioned on July 18, 2022
Posted on June 20, 2022
The UBC IT Bulletins site will no longer be updated on July 18, 2022 and users will need to visit its replacement, the UBC IT Status Page at https://status.it.ubc.ca, where they can view or subscribe to status updates and incident notifications.
UBC IT Bulletins was kept as a legacy site in order to temporarily maintain RSS feeds and intended to provide users time to switch their subscriptions to the Status Page channels.
Before the decommission date of July 18, 2022, we recommend visitors go to https://status.it.ubc.ca to begin subscribing to the new notifications the Status Page has to offer. For our enterprise-level services, users can now subscribe in multiple ways that now include customizable push notifications:
- SMS messaging
- Email notifications
- Twitter feed
- A general RSS feed
- Custom Slack notifications
- Custom embed code via an API