Price list adjustments as of 1 June

Unfortunately effective 1 June 2023 we are having to make a few adjustments to our price list to reflect the current exchange rates, energy markets and incessant price increases we have had to absorb from almost all of our suppliers.

We made very incremental changes to our pricing effective 1 January. Unfortunately our costs have continued to increase dramatically since then.

As of 1 June we will be applying a 5% price increase across all of our products and services. For a copy of our full price list please use the “Download our price list” button on our What We Offer page.

Updated prices will be reflected on your invoice from 1 June onward. Customers with fixed price contracts will be adjusted on the contract renewal date. If you have any questions or concerns please do not hesitate to contact Chris Wik.

[Scheduled] PHP upgrades for all Web Hosting customers

As part of our proactive managed service we are working on upgrading PHP for all Web Hosting customers who are still using the 7.X branches which are end of life and no longer supported.

Customers with managed servers will be contacted on an individual basis regarding these upgrades.

Customers using our Web Hosting account plans on our shared DirectAdmin servers will be upgraded to PHP 8 automatically starting from 22 February. PHP 8 maintains good backwards compatibility with 7.X but there are a few backward incompatible changes so there is a small chance that some sites or specific functions within your site may not run properly under PHP 8. In most instances our monitoring servers will detect this automatically. Any site returning a 500 Internal Server Error response will be flagged up by our monitoring system. If your site is flagged up we will investigate whether the site can be easily upgraded to support PHP 8. If it is not possible to run on PHP 8 without extensive modification we will revert to PHP 7.X and contact you to discuss options.

If you have any questions or concerns, or discover any functionality in your site which does not work on PHP 8, please contact us for assistance.

How to use Roundcube Calendars

All Anu Hosted Email accounts include Roundcube Webmail. Roundcube allows you to send and receive email via your browser with no additional software or configuration required. It also includes advanced calendar functionality with the ability to share calendars and sync to desktop and mobile devices.

To get started, login to your email account at

Once you are logged in, click on Calendar in the top right of your webmail dashboard. See screenshot below.

This is where you can access your calendar in Roundcube. To add an event, just click inside the calendar area and a new event form will open up.

If you want to set up a shared calendar, click on the small + sign (see screenshot). Once you clicked on the button, it will provide you 2 options, either “Create a calendar” or “Add shared calendar”.

If you want to choose to create a calendar, it will open a form with tabs to configure the details (Summary, Share Calendar, Publish Calendar, Sync Calendar and Import/Export).

Summary tab – It will ask your for the Calendar name, Description, Background color, Text Color and Default Event visibility which gives you 2 options either private or public.

Share Calendar tab – This is where you want to share your calendar and you will be asked for the email addresses of the users that you want to share your calendar to.

Publish Calendar tab – This is where you can share your calendar publicly without inviting the users so anyone that has the link will be able to view your calendar. Normally if you are creating the calendar this option will ask you to create the link first before you can share it to public.

Sync Calendar tab – This is where CalDav connection is set. It will ask you for the Display name, Password, Either you want it on a read only mode or shared.

You may also want to follow the guide on the link below in creating CalDav connections:

If you want to sync your calendar with your iPhone or iPad, follow this guide:

The last tab is Import/Export tab where Roundcube allows you to import events that are stored locally. You can also do the other way around which is exporting your calendar events.

The last option from the + button is the Add shared Calendar. This option is used to scan available shared calendar, domain wide. If none is detected then it will tell you that “There are no shared calendars you can add.”.

If you are having any problems following this guide, you can always reach out to us either via live chat (click the icon in the bottom right of this window) or send us an email and we will be happy to assist.