As I mentioned in the previous post, we are changing the servers we use for e-mail and our web site and blog.
We have changed over the e-mail server now, and our regular addresses email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org should continue to work, delivering mail to the new server.
We still, however, have not transferred all our old e-mail to the new server, and if we reply to one of these messages, you might get the reply appearing to be from “email@example.com”. We’ll still get the mail (on the old server) if you reply back to such a message, but if you happen to see that you’re composing a reply to us and its destination is “@old.papertrail.ca” you can change that to “@papertrail.ca” so it comes to our new server, where it will get our attention sooner.
Once we transfer our existing e-mail to the new server this should no longer be a concern.