Monthly Archives: May 2008

What to do if you don’t get response from us

If you are in hurry, read at least last paragraph of this post.

E-mailBecause of serious amount of spam messages circling around on the global net, e-mail servers and spam filters become more and more rigorous during the time. This could really be a problem as legitimate e-mails often don’t get through. There are also other reasons for similar problems (for example, typo in the e-mail address), but this one is most probable.

It’s a really unpleasant situation for us: time after time we receive angry e-mails from our customers because they feel that we are ignoring their support requests, which is quite understandable and justified. In some cases we are forced to reply with several different options (SMTP servers) hoping that at least one of them will succeed, but if any of users don’t confirm the reception, there’s a living suspicion in the back of our minds.

So, here’s a firm statement: We don’t leave any of support requests unanswered intentionally. Yes, sometimes, if problem cannot be easily resolved, it could take some time, but even then we will send a notification that you have been heard and that we will get back to you eventually.

Is there really a solution?

Although not perfect, best bet would be to use our Support Ticket System instead of simple e-mail. In this case, you can be sure that we will get the message, and, what’s more important, there would be an always accessible web copy of the conversation.

IMPORTANT: When you submit a ticket, you should receive an e-mail informing you about it, among with direct web link to this copy. If you don’t receive this e-mail in few minutes, that’s a good signal that something is wrong, probably in server-server relation. In this case, please save direct link presented in the web browser after submitting ticket, so you can use it later to check if your request has been answered.