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Troubleshooting issues sending and receiving email

Please keep the instructions below for details on how to setup and use your new account

Webmail access:

To access your email from anywhere, simply login to Webmail and access all your local folders, messages, contacts, calendar and more. Bookmark your Webmail URL in your browser

To setup your email client You can choose either IMAP or POP3 access

For POP3 setup:

 
Incoming server name:                       pop.volcano.net
Incoming port:                                    110
Outgoing server name:                       mail.volcano.net
Outgoing port:                                    25 (587 for mobile devices)
Username:                                          your full email address
Authentication method:                      Password/Normal Password
Outgoing (SMTP) server requires authentication. in enabled
 
If prompted for the following settings,
 
Secure Password Authentication is not required
Security Type/Connection Security is “none”
SSL is not used for either incoming or outgoing mail
 

For IMAP setup:

 
Incoming server name:                       imap.volcano.net
Incoming server port:                         143
Outgoing server name:                       mail.volcano.net
Outgoing port:                                    25 (587 for mobile devices)
Username:                                          your full email address
Authentication method:                      Password/Normal Password
Outgoing (SMTP) server requires authentication. in enabled
 
If promoted for the following settings,
 
Secure Password Authentication is not required
Security Type/Connection Security is “none”
SSL is not used for either incoming or outgoing mail
 

 

Heartbleed Bug

As many of you may have heard, a new Internet vulnerability, called Heartbleed, has been getting a lot of media attention over the last couple of days. Heartbleed is a serious defect in OpenSSL, the open-source software widely used to encrypt and protect communications on the Internet. This flaw has affected a large proportion of the Web servers on the Internet.

Volcano Communications has been working diligently to assess the impact of Heartbleed for our customers.  We are satisfied that all customer interfaces, both internal and those that rely on third-parties, are secure.

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What Is Video On Demand And How Does It Work?

Video On Demand Enhances Your Video Package Programming

By utilizing the Video On Demand feature that is included with your video subscription, you can double your video package programming options. Video On Demand (VOD) is a feature of digital cable that allows you to either rent movies and programs or select from a wide selection of FREE movies. You can pause, fast-forward or rewind these programs with your remote just like you would with a DVD player or VCR and the best part is you can watch programs at any time.

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New Volcano.net Email Now In Full Service

Your Volcano.net Email Account Has A New Look!

Volcano Internet Provider has been diligently working to enhance and improve the reliability of your Volcano.net email service. If you have just logged on to your email account, you will begin to see new features.

With so many enhancements together with increased security measures, we're sure you'll want to learn more about the new features that are included with your new Volcano.net email service. Click here for a complete description of what your new email service will provide. 

Your Photos Displayed On TV

Galaxie Music Wants Your Photos

If you subscribe to our Basic Pack or above, you are probably familiar with Galaxie music channels. All 50 channels contain rotating imagery. Galaxie is looking for new imagery to add to their current selection. If your photo(s) is/are selected by their team, it will show up among the selection of images on their channels.

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Local News & Weather

Amador Ledger Dispatch - news,news/

  • Authorities captured the two minimum security inmates who escaped from Mule Creek State Prison last Wednesday morning. They were arrested at 8:30 this morning, Saturday, April 19.

  • Ione discusses finances and prison project

  • As of press time, authorities were still searching for two inmates who they say scaled a 10-foot fence and walked away from a minimum security area of Mule Creek State Prison near Ione at around...

Calaveras Enterprise - news,/