Alright, FINALLY! After almost 3 months (and several years of starts and stops), PC has been moved to it's new home on a more spacious server in both SSD space (960 GB NVME) and memory (64 GB). The 2 Mac Minis that drove PriusChat for many years did their job mostly well and will now be retired. There is a much larger update coming to the forum software that PriusChat runs. We are currently on a 1.x.x version of the software and will be updating to a 2.2.x version of it in the coming days/weeks as I get more testing out of the way. Emails should be working again. Please post any issues that you come across in this thread. I'll try to sit down and get to some of your concerns and questions that were raised in the other thread in the near future, but here's the long and short of it: I started this site in my early 20s. I'm now in my mid-40s. Pretty much everything in my life has happened since I started PriusChat. I got married, then we had a daughter, then we had another daughter, then we had a third daughter. My oldest is now 13 and youngest 7. They are finally of the age where I feel like I have more time for my own projects again (but I will certainly miss those younger years). As my life's expenses have increased, PriusChat's revenue has decreased. I decided to shut down the store because I found that many people have become awful when they think they are just talking to an email account. It was no longer worth the cost of my mental health. Ad revenue is not what it once was, as has been documented all over the internet. And so I had to start looking for new revenue streams, which has led me to my current business venture somewhat adjacent to my background in IT. It's been great, but it has also taken up almost all of my time with extensive travel and large amounts of stress. I have received numerous offers for PriusChat over the years, and have always declined because I didn't like the idea of a "corporation" controlling what should be a community. PriusChat will never be sold. If it is ever a project I no longer have interest in, I will gladly give it to the community to keep alive. To many it may just be a set of files and a database, but to me it is my life's work. I don't have a Prius right now, and that keeps me disconnected from the community, so I am sorry for not being an active member among you. I have a bit of a mental block that if something isn't perfect with the site, I can't be on it unless I'm working on fixing every little thing. I'll try to be a more active participant, and appreciate you all for keeping the site alive and moving forward. This migration took so long because I wanted it to be perfect; in hindsight, I should have remembered that PriusChat is never going to be perfect, which is what will always make it home.