When I flew from Tokyo/Narita to Penang, via Kuala Lumpur using Japan Airlines (JL) and a code share flight operated by Malaysian Airlines for the leg to Penang, there was some interesting experience on my luggage allowance with my One World Sapphire status. Here is some quick notes.
On 5th August 2022, I accidentally deleted my server contents. This resulted in my blog being inaccessible, and many of my email accounts are undeliverable… Email may take a few more days to recover, and you may be delayed hearing back from me. On Sunday 7th August, I reorganised the server settings, and email transmission will resume eventually, but I have not saved my web server data. So basically, my blog data is permanently gone. What has happened I previously had a few web servers rented to organise several different websites. However, many websites were closed during the last few years, as related projects are also terminated. So I was planning to cancel some of the web hostings. This time, one of the servers I was supposed to continue comes to an annual renewal timing, but 2 of the web hosting services have been re-branded in the last few years, and I got confused with those two brands. So I accidentally cancelled the server I was supposed to continue. Just a few minutes later, I somehow realised the mistake and contacted the hosting customer services, but the clicking of the cancellation is “immediate and permanent”; therefore, I was unable to stop the cancellation process. Even my communication with the web hosting support was disrupted in the middle, as my email was also relayed on the server I cancelled!