You may have noticed Zoneedit is sporting a new look and feel.
It’s fresh off the press with quite a bit of buzz. Everything works just as well as before the face lift except looks more up to date with today’s web technology.
You’ll see the tutorials getting updated the more frequently you check back. If you’re missing something, post on the forum and we’ll point you in the right direction.
Enjoy our new look and do let us know what you think. We like getting praise just like the next guy.
Dec 18 2018, 2:31 AM: Maintenance is complete
The ZoneEdit Control Panel will undergo a scheduled maintenance on Tuesday, December 18, 2018, starting at 2:00 AM Eastern Time. During the maintenance, the control panel will be unavailable, which means you’ll have no ability to update your domains.
Date: Tuesday, Dec 18, 2018
Time: 2:00 AM ET
Duration: 1 hour
Purpose: Server Migration
Environments impacted: Zoneedit Control Panel only.
Your domains will continue to resolve and your websites/emails will continue to work, but, you will have NO access to make new changes to your domains/emails/account via our Control Panel during this time.
ZoneEdit’s Support (Ticketing and Knowledgebase) platform will undergo an emergency maintenance window at 6:45 AM today, 13 June 2018. During the maintenance, complete access to the same will be barred. Further details below:
Date: Wednesday, June 13, 2018
Start Time: 6:45 AM ET
Duration: Minimum of 1 hour. It may extend to a maximum of 90 minutes.
Purpose: Server migration
Environments impacted: ZoneEdit Support (Ticketing) only.
Your domain(s) will continue to resolve, your emails will continue to work, and you’ll have access to our Control Panel; only the access to your support-tickets will not be possible. During the window, please utilize our forum for support.
We had an issue this morning where the following servers were timing out rather than resolving domains. The pointing of those hostnames has been changed to get them working again and we are investigating the cause of the initial problem. If you still see problems with them then once the changes propagate you should see them working again.