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Goodbye GSi: Insolvency Service email addresses are changing

The Government Secure Intranet (GSi) network is being phased out across government. The Insolvency Service will remove '.gsi' from email addresses before the deadline of 31 March 2019.

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The GSI network is being phased out across government.

As part of this change, the Insolvency Service will remove ‘.gsi’ from our email addresses by 31 March 2019.

What you need to do

By 31 March 2019 if you use any existing Insolvency Service email addresses, you need to change these from:




The new addresses are now active, however, up until the cut-off, any replies to emails you send to non gsi addresses will come from our gsi addresses.

You should make sure you update any records you may have, such as directories, web applications or forms that use our email addresses.

What will happen if you don’t make the change

Between now and 31 March 2019 the Insolvency Service will continue to receive any emails sent to a .gsi address in addition to non-gsi addresses.

It is expected that after 31 March 2019 any messages sent to a .gsi address will be redirected and continue to function for a limited period of time to assist with a smooth transition.


If you have any questions about this change or need more information, contact us

Published 29 January 2019