JerseyMail email addresses to stay

| August 1, 2014 | 0 Comments

Following a new agreement with local computer services provider, Jersey Post has today announced that JerseyMail users will now be able to keep their email address once the service is discontinued on 18 August 2014.
Since the original announcement was made, a small number of customers have expressed a strong desire to retain their email address. As such, we are pleased to announce that these customers now have the option to keep their JerseyMail email address.
Paul Marett, Director of ICT at Jersey Post said, “We recognise that the email domain has become part of island life and that users are very proud of it. We had a small number of individuals who expressed an interest in keeping their address, and we are very pleased that we’ve been able to find a solution for those users wishing to retain the Jersey element of their email address.”
Whilst the current JerseyMail service will still cease to be offered by Jersey Post on 18 August 2014, anyone wishing to keep their JerseyMail address will be able to sign up for the new service by visiting the website. This new service will be chargeable but with prices starting from £1 a week, users will benefit from enhanced anti-SPAM protection, a larger mailbox and synchronisation between devices.
Stuart Collis, speaking on behalf of stated, “We are delighted to be able to work with Jersey Post on a solution for JerseyMail users who wish to keep their email address. The service will be chargeable, but we believe that anyone taking up the offer will be very pleased with the enhanced service that they receive.”
Jersey Post recognises that some JerseyMail customers will have already taken action by registering for the mail forwarding service. This service will be cancelled automatically if users would like to sign up for the new email service and keep their JerseyMail email address.
Any customer wishing to take advantage of the new option should visit for further details.
All customers who have yet to take any action regarding their JerseyMail account are advised to do so as soon as possible as the service will cease to be operated by Jersey Post on 18 August 2014. Information regarding the discontinuation of the service, including the options available to users, can be found at


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