Similar to how it may be used in a spy movie, an alias is an assumed name that is not your own. In the case of PSMail, it’s an assumed email address.
The Stunnel program is an alternate method for using SSL that allows unsupported email clients to connect to our encrypted servers.
Email users sometimes find that they receive email messages with a strange file attached: winmail.dat. When they attempt to open this file, either it can’t be opened at all, or it contains “garbage” data. In this article we explain the problem and offer solutions to help correct it.
Test your connectivity and find out more about our major network providers through the links provided in this article.
Explanation of “MS Visual C++ Runtime Error R6025”.
At PSMail, we provide our subscribers with secure VPN service at no extra charge.
This article contains a comprehensive list of questions and answers concerning SPAM and how your PSMail account can help you deal with it.
“I’ve lost my PSMail password. Can you send it to me?”
When a request comes in claiming to be a PSMail user and asking for an account’s password, we at PSMail recognize that this could be a security threat. For your protection, PSMail employees will first verify that the person sending the email is really the person who owns the account. If everything checks out, we can help you reset your password. We will NOT be able to send the user their current password (PSMail staff will never access our subscribers’ password information). Instead, we reset the password and allow the user to create his/her own. Continue reading What should I do if I’ve forgotten or lost my password?
An explanation of the error message: UNABLE TO VERIFY YOUR SESSION INTEGRITY.