The DPS team has recently added a new email opt-in feature to the DPS Status page. This page reports the status of the Adobe Digital Publishing Suite. If we experience service interruptions, the status page is updated with the details. The emails are another method of receiving this information.
If you wish to receive email notifications when the Adobe DPS team updates the DPS Status page, you will need to register.
Simply go to the DPS Status Page, look for the RECEIVE UPDATES section (upper right hand corner of the page), and enter your details. You will receive an email requesting you confirm your subscription. If you ever wish to opt out, there is a link for this at the bottom of every email.
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