Our new support page.
Hopefully it will get things resolved a lot faster :)
November 07, 2006
October 26, 2006
October 10, 2006
September 01, 2006
Hello Everyone, Some of you, us included have been experiencing occasional issues with the performance of the wwwires.com mail server.
This is partly due to the high demands placed on it each day, and the fact that we have recently been flagged as a source of SPAM (Mass mailing of unsolicited email).
To resolve this we have purchased a dedicated server that will only service our customers, this will allow us to dramatically increase the performance and set conditions on the quantity of recipients in each outgoing email avoiding SPAM blacklists, Initially the recipient limit will be set to 50.
What will happen ?
Tonight at approximately 2am (AEST) we will convert to the new server that has been setup and tested over the past week, this will take approximately 20min to propagate throughout the Internet.
In the unlikely event that you receive an email between the hours of 2:00 and 2:20am, they may go to our old server, no mail will be lost in this process, in order to retrieve these we have written a short tutorial, this can be found at:
If you have any more questions or comments we would be happy to hear from you.
Posted by wwwires at 4:29 pm
August 03, 2006
This Photo was sent from Richmond Christian College, this was Bert, we spook to him about a year ago, Berts gone now but finally the wireless broadband was installed today in Berts Memory. We will aim for faster service so occations like this dont happen again.
Public Relations Manager.
Posted by wwwires at 2:57 pm
July 27, 2006
Im not advertising any particular VoIP company, there all pretty competitive, have a look at our bill and you can see that the rates are really good. If you want more info on the subject go to google and type VoIP. (Bigger saving apply if you don't have a phone line (wireless)
Posted by wwwires at 3:36 pm
June 22, 2006
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April 12, 2006
One day, there was a blind man sitting on the steps of a building
with a hat by his feet and a sign that read:
"I am blind, please help."
A creative publicist was walking by and stopped to observe.
He saw that the blind man had only a few coins in his hat.
He dropped in more coins and, without asking for permission,
took the sign and rewrote it.
He returned the sign to the blind man and left.
That afternoon the publicist returned to the blind man and noticed
that his hat was full of bills and coins.
The blind man recognized his footsteps and asked
if it was he who had rewritten his sign
and wanted to know what he had written on it.
The publicist responded: "Nothing that was not true. I just wrote the
message a little differently." He smiled and went on his way.
The new sign read: "Today is Spring and I cannot see it."
Learning what to say changes everything.
Posted by wwwires at 12:27 pm
April 06, 2006
March 27, 2006
Im not advertising any particular VoIP company, there all pretty competitive, have a look at our bill and you can see that the rates are really good. If you want more info on the subject go to google and type VoIP. (Bigger saving apply if you don't have a phone line (wireless))
Posted by wwwires at 5:38 pm
March 25, 2006
This weeks focus was on finding the fastest installer in the region, we found him, His name is Michael Gavenlock. What was taking Damien & Dainen 5 hours to do, Mick duz in under two hours, we were so impressed that we have out-sourced all installations to his Company. Appreicate it Mick.
Ph: 6686 2288 ; Mobile; 0402 207 328 ; e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted by wwwires at 1:28 pm
March 24, 2006
To: Byron Arts and Industrial Estate
From: World Without Wires Pty Ltd – http://wwwires.com
Subject: Wireless broadband service subsidy
Date: 26 Mar 2006
Certain areas of the Industrial Estate do not have access to conventional ADSL Broadband.
The Australian Government provides customers in regional and rural Australia a subsidy up to $650.
Eligible customers pay $199, the remaining cost of equipment and installation are covered by the subsidy.
Monthly subsidised connection plans start at:
$54.99 for 12 months at 512Kbps Download / 128Kbps Upload Speeds, including 12,000 Megabytes download at full speed with no excess data charges, once the limit is reached, speed shaping to 64Kbps/32Kbps applies.
Other connection options are available. See website http://wwwires.com for details.
This is a “Broadband for the Bush” initiative.
To find out if you are eligible to receive wireless broadband
Call 1300 66 28 25
Posted by wwwires at 2:05 pm