We're delighted to support you in the operation and maintenance of your cryptomat!
If you run into any issues, here's how you can go about obtaining support.
First time setup
Your machine comes with a month's support in setting it up and learning all aspects of its operation.
Ongoing support is covered by our Service Level Agreement. The SLA is optional, though enables dedicated support from our team. Without the SLA, our knowledgebase articles are still free, and our software is always open source.
Whether or not you're a subscriber to the SLA, we can remotely push the latest software releases to your machine upon request. Please see our articles here on updating to the latest.
If you have an issue, here are some first and next steps:
Search our knowledgebase
We have many articles in our knowledgebase covering all aspects of machine operation, and we're frequently adding new ones.
If you have a question, or are encountering an issue with a feature, please review its relevant article as the answer may be a quick fix or an overlooked aspect of configuration.
Check our support feed
There may be updates to our software with resolve the conditions you're experiencing, or a known issue we're working to address, or third-party service outages which could affect your setup.
We publish these on our @LamassuSupport twitter feed, so please check our latest posts, follow, and enable push alerts.
Create a ticket
If you don't find your answer above, please drop a note to our support team and we'll get back to you shortly to assist!
A note on custom code
Because of the variable and intensive nature of custom development, we are unable to either assist with the custom development process, deploying custom changes, or support software which has been customised. Our code is fully free and open-source, though any effort to develop on it should be taken independently.