148425 review-tuesday-april-19-godaddy-converted tuesday-april-19-godaddy-converted http://www.godaddy.feedback/review-tuesday-april-19-godaddy-converted 29527 7 4 5 0 0 0 On Tuesday, April 19 GoDaddy converted my domain email from IMAP to Microsoft Exchange using your downloadable application. While that change was made, the result was to damage my ISP-based IMAP account. Suddenly, I was not able to access my calendar, tasks, or contacts. I worked with the Geek Squad till midnight that night, but they were unable to fix it over the phone. During my appointment with them the next day, they were also unable to fix the situation and insisted that all my data had been lost. I called GoDaddy support and received some useful help but did not resolve the overall situation. I contacted Microsoft Support to address the following: I was receiving an error message that I did not have permission to open Internet attachments on my email, and my two email accounts were contained in separate profiles. This meant I was able to receive my calendar, tasks, and contacts, and one profile and email in the other. After several hours, Microsoft Support was able to straighten out the situation. I spent most of Friday cleaning up the mess. In other words, your change to my GoDaddy account cost me four days of work time. Please fix your GoDaddy application to work when more than one email account is present. This was ridiculous. <p>On Tuesday, April 19 GoDaddy converted my domain email from IMAP to Microsoft Exchange using your downloadable application. While that change was made, the result was to damage my ISP-based IMAP account. Suddenly, I was not able to access my calendar, tasks, or contacts. I worked with the Geek Squad till midnight that night, but they were unable to fix it over the phone. During my appointment with them the next day, they were also unable to fix the situation and insisted that all my data had been lost.</p> <p>I called GoDaddy support and received some useful help but did not resolve the overall situation. I contacted Microsoft Support to address the following: I was receiving an error message that I did not have permission to open Internet attachments on my email, and my two email accounts were contained in separate profiles. This meant I was able to receive my calendar, tasks, and contacts, and one profile and email in the other. After several hours, Microsoft Support was able to straighten out the situation. I spent most of Friday cleaning up the mess. In other words, your change to my GoDaddy account cost me four days of work time.</p> <p>Please fix your GoDaddy application to work when more than one email account is present. This was ridiculous.</p> 2022-04-25T15:25+0000

On Tuesday, April 19 GoDaddy converted my domain email from IMAP to Microsoft Exchange using your downloadable application. While that change was made, the result was to damage my ISP-based IMAP account. Suddenly, I was not able to access my calendar, tasks, or contacts. I worked with the Geek Squad till midnight that night, but they were unable to fix it over the phone. During my appointment with them the next day, they were also unable to fix the situation and insisted that all my data had been lost.

I called GoDaddy support and received some useful help but did not resolve the overall situation. I contacted Microsoft Support to address the following: I was receiving an error message that I did not have permission to open Internet attachments on my email, and my two email accounts were contained in separate profiles. This meant I was able to receive my calendar, tasks, and contacts, and one profile and email in the other. After several hours, Microsoft Support was able to straighten out the situation. I spent most of Friday cleaning up the mess. In other words, your change to my GoDaddy account cost me four days of work time.

Please fix your GoDaddy application to work when more than one email account is present. This was ridiculous.