Another Planned NOMAD Blackout - Cancelled

NASA NOMAD Update: CANCELLED: Planned Outage This Weekend

"In order to support computer processing related to the Shuttle Endeavour's return to Florida, the facilities outage at Marshall Space Flight Center (MSFC) scheduled for this weekend has been cancelled. Therefore, there will not be any disruption in NOMAD services (Email, Calendaring, Webmail (Outlook Web Access - OWA), Instant Messaging (IM), BlackBerry, Treo and Windows Mobile Devices). Scheduled activities to relocate VIP and Critical user accounts from the servers at MSFC to JSC will be discontinued. VIP and Critical users mailboxes that were relocated on Monday, December 1, 2008 will be provided additional information at a later date."

NASA NOMAD Memo: Major Planned Outage Saturday December 6, 2008 - Sunday, December 7, 2008

"Many computer systems and networks will be unavailable for 43 hours due to a facilities maintenance outage necessary to support mission critical systems at Marshall Space Flight Center (MSFC). This preventive maintenance activity is being performed to avoid placing NASA's critical Space Operations Mission Directorate (SOMD) systems at an unacceptable risk. The following services will not be available to you during the weekend outage (Dec 6-7): Email, Calendaring, Instant Messaging (IM) and Webmail (Outlook Web Access - OWA) services. You will not be able to send or receive email messages using your email client on your desktop or laptop computer. Email messages sent during the time of the outage will be queued and delivered to your mailbox once the servers have been brought online."

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