PSMail and Marketing Email Services

PSMail’s security includes the digital signing of each individual email (DMARC) and its Domain Name System (DNS). Though the security benefits are substantial, this feature can make it difficult for other service providers (MailChimp or Constant Contact, for example) to appropriately relay email as if the email came from a PSMail authenticated user. When using one of these third-party services, a PSMail user may have trouble getting their messages to go through and be authenticated by the recipients.

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Attachments with PSMailbox App (Apple Products)

When you use our PSMailbox app (version 1.2 or higher) on your iPhone/iPad, any email attachments that you view or preview are automatically saved to your local device in Apple’s “Files” app. To access these files for modification or to mark them for reply, you should open the Files app on your device and find the menu titled “Locations.” Beneath this you will see a link to “On my iPhone” or “On my iPad.”

All the attachments that you click to view and download are stored in a folder called “attachments.” Similarly, when you choose to download an attachment to the PSMailbox app from Cabinet, it gets stored in a folder called “cabinet.”

NOTE: If you decide to uninstall PSMailbox or you choose to logout and clear your session from the PSMailbox app, all these files are deleted from your device as a security measure.

Can I host my domain with PSMail?

Want to host your own domain with PSMail? No problem. It’s simple to set up and, as always, comes with the level of security you’ve come to expect from PSMail. If your group has 25 members or more you can take advantage of our group hosting discounts. If not, you can still host even a single email address with your own personal identity for just $40 per year – and that includes all the benefits of a PSMailbox.*

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What is PSLists and how do I use it?

PSLists is a secure email list used to communicate with a set group of people. Messages are sent to a “list address” (ex. soccerclub@lists.psmail.net) and all members of the list, called subscribers, have access to it. The following article explains how PSLists can be used and provides answers to some frequently asked questions.

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