Separate Status site from main ooma site

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vicw
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Re: Separate Status site from main ooma site

Post by vicw » Thu Aug 18, 2011 7:47 pm

As a last resort, if anyone at Ooma has a smartphone, couldn't they just tweet an update on the Ooma_Status account to help your customers understand the nature of the problem?

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Re: Separate Status site from main ooma site

Post by lbmofo » Thu Aug 18, 2011 8:44 pm

vicw wrote:As a last resort, if anyone at Ooma has a smartphone, couldn't they just tweet an update on the Ooma_Status account to help your customers understand the nature of the problem?
This time around, it was just a man power/coverage issue. They will have back ups in case primaries are not available going forward.
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Re: Separate Status site from main ooma site

Post by southsound » Thu Aug 18, 2011 9:08 pm

Again, I offer to ooma the domain ooma.info (owned by the resident raccoon) for use in such circumstances. We can even talk about having me host the site since I maintain access to shared servers in two separate farms. Bobby B or Dennis P - let me know if it might be of value.
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