Today, our office went through a forced U-verse change-over from our DSL. Estimated time - hour. Reality was over 5 hours. Here's the scenario in the office. We run about 40 email addresses at our own domains. With Bellsouth, no problems. U-verse came to town. After the conversion, we had ZERO outgoing mail. In-coming was fine because it was using our in-coming servers. Over 5 hours and with our tech chatting with everyone he could connect with, we finally found the solution (via a blog online) that each and every email we have at our own domain has to then be added to our ATT/Yahoo webmail set up. We also had port 25 unblocked. It was late, we thought we were all set. Tonight, I now go to add all our email addresses and it caps out at about 10. WHAT???? This forced conversion already cost my company over 5 hours today, and now it looks like we're starting off screwed tomorrow too.
I need to find out how unlimited email addresses at our own domains can be handled. ATT really dropped the ball on this conversion and if they simply say 10 is the limit, another provider is being called immediately.
Does anyone have any input on how this service can realistically be incorporated into an actual business atmosphere?
Re: Need Help - U-verse email set-ups are killing us
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