Postal strike delays shipment of Sophos CD to UK customers

Sophos Press Release

Updated: 19 April 2004

An unofficial strike by Royal Mail workers in Oxford has ended, but UK customers may experience a delay in receiving their regular monthly updates via CD because of a postal backlog created by the strike.

Sophos apologises for any inconvenience caused and reminds customers that they can download the latest version of Sophos products, as well as use Enterprise Manager to ensure automatic updates are applied across your company against emerging virus threats.

Sophos customers based outside the UK are not affected by the disruption to the postal service.

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