On the home.viscom.net website, click the Webmail link at the top of the page. You will see two different logos. Once you have converted your mailbox, you'll need to pick the Vision Communications Webmail logo. Your username and password should be the same.
POP3 (incoming) mail server is: mail.viscom.net
SMTP (outgoing) mail server is: smtp.viscom.net
Note: You will need to select "My outgoing server (SMTP) requires authentication" and "Use same settings as my incoming mail server", in your email client. You will not be able to send email if this setting has not been set properly. All clients are a little different. We have some walk-throughs of the most common email clients by clicking here
Your username is now email@example.com to login to your spam filtering dashboard.
Yes, we'll continue to forward these domains for at least a year to give everyone time to update their contacts and subscriptions. They'll be delivered to your new @viscom.net email address. We'll send another email out in advance if the decision is made to no longer forward these domains.
Yes. Soon we'll provide this functionality as a self-service tool on the home.viscom.net portal. In the mean time, you can give us a call at 985-798-9900 and we'll be happy to set that up for you.
Please call Technical Support at 985-798-9900 so we can properly troubleshoot your particular issue.
It depends on the level of trust you operate at in other areas of your life, your comfort level with technology and technology service providers, and the kinds of information you keep on your computer. Generally, it pays to take a few precautions - the online equivalent of locking your front door - to keep intruders at bay.
You might consider a firewall even if you haven't enabled the file sharing function. It monitors your Internet connection and refuses to let anything suspicious into your computer. Software firewalls are programs that you download from the Internet to your computer. These applications scan for hackers, just as an anti-virus programs looks for bugs that can disable your PC.
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