Email marked as spam due to corrupt virus detecting formula
Yesterday afternoon, 7 August 2012 at 16.02, a corrupt virus detecting formula was
downloaded that marked genuine emails as having a virus. Due to the virus downloading onto
only 1 of the 4 email relays, emails sent had a 1 in 4 chance of being rejected, so those that
resent their emails may have found that they were then succesfully delivered.
The signature was removed from the mail relay at 17:09 and mails through that relay should now flow without interruption. We have double checked that the signature will no longer pick up on the earlier emails.
Please note: We are asking that you resend any affected emails.
We are sorry for any disruption that this may have caused.
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