Notice of temporary downage and problems with Shaw E-Mail

1) there will be temporary downage for maintenance on the dial-up pool

on 31 Aug 2006 9:00 p.m. to 1 Sept 2006 6:00 a.m. . Outage should last

for about 30 minutes.

2) There are reports of people mailing from shaw mail getting errors

saying we do not exist. Please get your contact(s) on shaw or

or any other carrier to print the error report up

and get them to fax it to either 780-473-7263 or 780-669-2001 .

Update to the Spammers Hall of Shame


Spammers Hall of shame

Here are IPs of mail servers sending spam:

This has been a public service announcement.

Web Mail now running from Secure server

The lastest version of the open web mail software is now tucked behind our secure server.

Just go to then click on web mail and away you go!

Secure SSL Incoming and Outgoing E-mail

At last!! It is here. You can receive and send e-mail securely via your NetKnow account!!

Note your mail programme will ask you to either aceept or not accept the certificate; please accept!

How to set it up:

In Outlook and Outlook Express (Current Version):

1) Go to Tools

2) Go to Accounts

3) Under Mail click on your mail account for sending and receiving e-mail from Netknow.

4) Click on servers tab

Make certain that "My Incoming mail server is a POP3 server ".

Set Incoming Mail Server to .

Set Outgoing Mail Server to for dial-up customers otherwise set it to

Make certain that the "My server requires authentication" is check under the Outgoing Mail Server and under Settings please choose the "Use same settings as my incoming mail server".

5) Click on the advanced tab

Check off both the The server requires a secure connection (SSL) on Outgoing and Incoming Mail.

Hit Apply and OK and you are ready to go.

For Thunderbird Users:

Go to Tools then Account Settings Under you Incoming Mail Server settings, say, Click on server Settings, and under Security Settings, click on SSL and that the server name is set to .

Then choose Outgoing Server (SMTP) and choose TLS (if you are have a problem, please change to "TLS, if Available")

For Netscape 6.X and 7.X

go to mail and newsgroups -> edit -> Mail & newsgroups Account Settings

for MAIL server settings checkmail use secure connection(SSL) and set server to

and set Outgoing Server (SMTP) Server Name for dial-up customers otherwise set it to; set port to 25; checkmark

User name and password And set Use Secure connection (SSL): to Always.

and for

For Netscape 4.X or Older, olnly the Outgoing mail server can be secure.

If someone tells me about Eudora and Pegasus, I will duly comply to edit this entry.

Please avoid Netscape 8!