Between last night and late this morning, no mail was delivered to any address (mine, Kat’s, anyone else) at meyerweb.com. This happened because the mail server was so overloaded by the latest joy and sunshine from our bretheren in the mass-mailing industry that it basically died. Those lovable little spammers—is there anything they can’t ruin?
I’m told that, in theory, any mail that was sent during that period should eventually make its way to us. However, there’s always a chance that an upstream mail server would decide to drop the mail instead of retry delivery, so there’s no guarantee of its arrival. If you’ve sent us anything critical in the last 24 hours, you might want to send it again, just to be on the safe side. If it’s non-critical, better to wait a few days to see if there’s a successful redelivery attempt.