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Existing clients

runPCrun info

This category is for runPCrun clients and users.

The runPCrun Support System

Our Support ticket system records all correspondence on each support issue.

This creates a full audit history that our engineers and clients (if requested) can view. It is created when a customer emails us at the support@runpcrun.com address or is opened for them when we are called on our 020 3355 9222 phone number.

Major Service Outages

If you have major problem such as your email going down or your server not working, it is now possible to alert us via text message at anytime of the day including weekends.

This is particularly useful if the issue occurs outside of office hours or you don't have access to email.

 

How to use the Major Service Outage (MSO) text message system

  1. Create a text message to 020 3111 9121 (or +4420 3111 9121 if abroad)
  2. Start the text message with the letters 'MSO' to inform us that it is a Major Service Outage (and therefore an emergency)
  3. If you want us to contact you on a different number than you are texting from, please put your phone number and include any international dialling codes if you are abroad.
  4. State your company name (in a short, recognisable form where appropriate)
  5. State the problem in it's shortest and simplest form (for example "server dead" or "email down") try to keep it concise if you can.


If you are part of a larger office, please don't assume that someone else will alert us. In fact the more MSO's we receive from a company, the quicker we can realise it is a "global" problem rather than a single persons issue and therefore respond accordingly.

How to use the Junk folder in Shinymail

We've been providing spam filtering on our email service for some time, ensuring that you never even see 95% of the unsolicited messages that are sent to your mailbox. Unfortunately it's hard to block all the spam without accidentally blocking ligitimate email too, so a small amount of spam will always get through. This article looks at how you can sort most of this spam into a separate "Junk" folder.

How to set your Out-of-Office in Shinymail

This flash demonstration is to show how to set your Out-of-office autoreply in our Shinymail web mail.

View the demonstration here.

How to set up our email in Outlook

Here we detail settings for using our email for the popular Outlook client Here is a Flash demonstration of the POP email setup process.

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