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NOTICE: August 08, 2016
Si2 EMAIL REFLECTOR MAIL IS BEING REJECTED
BY SOME COMPANIES

NOTE: Si2 External IP Address Changes
* Recently, Si2 switched network service providers and subsequently, all of its external IP addresses.
* Email reflectors are used by our many Production and Open Standards collaborative research/development working groups.
* If your company uses access control lists to manage email traffic, and you send emails via the Si2 reflector list system, then the following information will be relevant to you.
CONTACT YOUR IT DEPARTMENT TO VERIFY YOUR CURRENT OR FUTURE STATUS:
After the Si2 IP changes, reflector list messages that previously appeared as email coming from 71.41.16.78 will now show as email coming from 12.229.222.10. Any access control lists that reference the old Si2 IP (71.41.16.78), will need to be updated to the new Si2 IP (12.229.222.10) in order to restore previous functionality. Additionally, make sure that your company IT has Si2 white listed!
 
How to Get an Account
Move Account Info

Si2.org Uses Email-Address Logins.

Why email-address logins?
  • Users forget their unique "login name" or "handle" and create duplicate accounts.
  • Email-addresses are by definition already unique.

Login names (handles) will continue to be part of an Si2.org user account. They will be used within the site to identify the user in situations where anonymity is an option (example: trackers, forums).

Login names will continue to work for login to the Si2.org site.

Common Si2.org user account dilemmas

Si2.org policy: A user account follows the user. A user account history includes company changes as well as other account activities. Due to licensing issues, download activity remains with a company. A user is never purged from the database, even if deleted, so that their history of download activity is always available within the logs of their company at the time.

Let us Move your account.
(Details)

  • You have a Visitor account but your company now has a account on Si2.org. What should you do?

    Contact the Site Admin and request that your current account be moved to your company area. A company domain email-address will be required.

  • You work for a different company now. Create a new account under your new company?

    No. Contact the Site Admin and request that your current account be moved to your new company. A new company domain email-address will be required.

  • If you HAD more than one user account with identical email-addresses in August 2006, all but one was disabled.
    We are sorry if we disabled the wrong account. In most cases, users had a Visitor account as well as a company account of some kind. Our policy, in cleaning up for unique email-addresses, was to disable duplicate-email-address Vistor accounts as they have low access to Si2.org features.

  • Confused? Problem? Contact the Site Admin. Thanks - Si2Admin

Process: Moving an account to a different "company"

  1. Contact the Site Admin and request that your current user account be moved to a different company area. A target company domain email-address will be required.
  2. The site admin will:
    • Switch the company your user account is affiliated with to the new company and change the email address to reflect your new address. You will receive an email notification at the new email address.
    • Temporarily tag your account status as "Suspended".
      Note: Your previous company coordinator would have Deleted your account when you left the company,
      but it never leaves our database even when Deleted. Any previously active account can be moved.
    • Notify the company coordinator that a user has been moved to their company accounts and is waiting for re-activation.
      Note: Si2 company account are monitored by the company coordinators since licensed materials are downloaded from Si2.org. We defer activation of company accounts to the ccordinators whenever possible. If your account is not activated within a few days, please contact your company coordinator or contact the Site Admin.







 
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