magnolia.info domain hijacked -moved to magnolia-cms.com

Houston, we have a problem!

We have lost our domain magnolia.info, and the way the internet works, there is no immediate possibility for us to get it back no matter why or how this has happened.

Since Wednesday Oct. 15th, Magnolia International is no longer the owner of the magnolia.info domain. All our services and all of our hosted client sites were not reachable since approximately Wednesday night. We have migrated all of our infrastructure to our new domain "magnolia-cms.com". All hosted client sites should be reachable again since noon today (Thursday).

While none of our hosted clients have lost any email, Magnolia itself was unable to receive mail during that period. We can now be reached again. Simply use @magnolia-cms.com instead of @magnolia.info in any email address you have of us. To reiterate: we no longer receive *any* mail addressed to magnolia.info.

We are sorry if this has caused interruptions to your business and assure you that we have done everything we could to minimize the damage.

We will continue to work on fixing all the implications of this domain hijacking.

As a side note, if you link from your website to magnolia.info, please replace the link with our new domain name, magnolia-cms.com. If you don't link to us yet, now is the time to add a link to our new domain www.magnolia-cms.com to show your support.

Thank you very much

Pascal Mangold
Boris Kraft

Magnolia International, Ltd.
http://www.magnolia-cms.com

Posted by Boris Kraft 2008-10-16

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