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By | Brid-Aine Parnell 16th May 2013 12:18

Biz email slinger Mimecast tumbles over

'Makes me look a tool for recommending them' sniffs bloke

Mimecast, which touts webmail for businesses, has toppled over in Blighty, leaving its customers unable to send or receive emails.

Our readers told us the service wasn't delivering mails, and the web portal was inaccessible for users.

And peeps on Twitter reckoned the service went down sometime around 11am this morning.

Mimecast tweeted repeatedly that it was aware that customers were having problems and it was working on the problem.

In its latest tweet, the firm said that it had identified the cause of the cockup and had started fixing it:


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