There has been a new update to the software in the email processing center.
This update requires some email accounts to be updated in order to receive new messages. Sometimes the program may also display an "invalid password" message.
Go to the "Email Settings (or Preferences) section of your computer or phone. You will have to change the Username in the "Incoming Server" settngs to your whole email address like "email@example.com", not just "jojo".
Then look for the field of your email program (MacMail, Outlook, Thunderbird, iPhone, etc) that shows "Incoming Server" or "Host Name"
For POP accounts it should say "pop.maui.net". If not, then change it.
For IMAP accounts it should say "imap.maui.net". If not, then change it.
There are NO settings changes required for Outgoing Server.
If you don't want to work with the settings, you can always use your browser to
go to http://webmail.maui.net and send and receive from the Maui Net email program . All email has been received and stored there and is accessible directly from the server using Webmail which has no issues.
Due to staffing shortage, our telephone support will be Monday - Friday from 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
There will be no after hours or weekend telephone support until further notice.
You can email or leave a voice message and we will return your call during regular business
hours, Monday - Friday 9AM - 5PM.
There is an issue with the email server after an update.
Some accounts are unable to receive messages although most can send.
The engineers are working on the issue but have no ETA as yet.
A work around until the issue is resolved is to go to
http://webmail.maui.net or http://webmail.mauigateway and send and
receive from there. All email has been received and is accessible
directly from the server using Webmail.
New Porn/Bitcoin Scam
An old email scam has returned claiming your email account has been hacked and you are being recorded
and demanding BitCoin extortion payment. Just delete the email, it is fake. Here is a link to an
article detailing the scam:
Spoofing Email From Line
There are emails coming in with blanks on the subject line:
"Your Mailbox Synchronization Failure Notice"
These are scam emails - not from us. Delete if you receive this email.
Do not click on any link
Nearly 15 billion spam messages are sent out daily.
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