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Major Maintenance Planned for April 25

Main Sequence will be conducting major maintenance in our primary datacenter starting Saturday, April 25 at 10AM EDT (25 April, 2015 2PM UTC/GMT). The work is expected to continue for four to six hours. This major maintenance will include new power systems and internetworking arrangements, requiring power-down of multiple devices and services.

  • During the maintenance work, your internal accounts will be redirected to a Main Sequence secondary datacenter, and will be available for access.
  • Please note that your account will be limited to read-only status during the interval when the primary datacenter is offline.
  • Your IMAP email service will continue to function, but you will be unable to download new messages during the maintenance window.
  • Job applicants may continue to view job postings, but they will receive a maintenance message when attempting to apply during the work period.

Main Sequence plans all maintenance activity to involve the least practical amount of downtime and we regret any inconvenience this work may entail for your organization.

If you have any questions about the work, planning for this maintenance, or any account issues post-restoration, please contact 440-946-5214 ext 3000.. As always, we appreciate your use of PCRecruiter.

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