• Every email program (Outlook, Windows Live, Thunderbird, etc) is different on how they set up email service, but they ask all the same questions. Here are all the answers that you need. both IMAP & POP3 work mail.semo.net for incoming mail.semo.net for outgoing your username is your email address YES or NO on SSL for incoming & outgoing (see below for more information) leave incoming server port to the default change the outgoing server port to 587   Here are more details SSL or no SSL If you turn on SSL, you will be prompted to accept our certificate (your device might even call it an "untrustworthy" certificate, but you can select to accept it). This setting has to do with how

    Feb 15,
  • Dial-Up Access Numbers Any of our users (semo.net / sheltonbbs.com / IMSInternet.net) can use the phone numbers below. Please be aware that you must use your full email address (example: flarson@semo.net or jcolley@sheltonbbs.com) to log in not just your username (example: flarson or jcolley) as in the past. Locations Phone # Advance 573.722.9920 Annapolis 573.598.3863 Bernie 573.293.1888 Birch Tree 573.292.4004 Bloomfield 573.568.2840 Boss 573.538.1000 Bunker 573.463.1000 Campbell 573.246.2428 Cape Girardeau 573.334.9117 Centerville 573.648.2326 Charleston 573.683.2286 Columbia 573.777.1112 Deering See Hayti or Kennett Dexter 573.624.3722 Ellsinore 573.322.8421 Eminence 573.226.5005 Farmington 573.518.0137 Flat River 573.518.0137 Fredericktown 573.783.1913 Fremont 573.251.1000 Hayti 573.359.0850 Ironton/Arcadia 573.546.1932 Jackson 573.204.1706 Kennett 573.888.1310 Lesterville 573.487.1890 Malden 573.276.5951 Marble Hill 573.238.4942 Marston 573.643.2158 New Wells 573.833.6298 Oats/Black 573.623.1890 Oran

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  • Bollinger County Marble Hill - Kristin T. Nanney Sturdivant - Amy M. McCutchen Zalma - Jimmy D. Casey, Cody R. King   Butler County Broseley - Callie L. Arrington, James H. Johnson, Nancy L. Johnson, Jenna L. Williams Fisk - Kira L. Cunningham, Shelby L. Revelle, Casey J. Wayne Harviell Alyessea A. Kreyling, Katlin A. Mansfield, Noemi G. Piedrasanta Diaz, Susan Silkwood, Makenna E. Tipton, Lucas K. Wagner Neelyville Cynthia D. Boyd, Zane S. Davis, Latoya D. Loyd, Francis A. Pennington, Chelsea B. Petty Poplar Bluff Christina L. Aguilar, Bailey M. Alford, Melanie K. Anthony, Brandus H. Bailey, Patricia D. Bailey, Ashley N. Baker, Brittney L. Barker, Eric T. Batton, William L. Bowling, Katelyn C. Brinkley, Karisa M. Brown, Hazel D. Bryant, Clayton S. Carpenter,

    Apr 19,
  • Across southeast and south central Missouri, I have met some of the hardest working people found anywhere in America. Whether they are farmers, manufacturers or small business owners, they all have one thing in common – they want to do their jobs free of government overreach and interference, and provide their products, services and goods to others in Missouri and around the world. American made goods are the best and highest quality found anywhere in the world, but in order for our farmers and businesses to survive and grow, other countries and businesses they are competing against must follow the rules. For too long we have simply sat back and accepted allowing other countries to subsidize their businesses, illegally flood

    Apr 14,
  • Top fundraising students presented a check to St. Jude in the amount of $47,748 on Friday, March 31, during a field trip they were awarded to the children’s research hospital in Memphis. The Poplar Bluff School District has raised a total of $967,924 for the hospital since the campus community first began participating in Math-A-Thon in 1989. If the students reach their all-time goal next school year, R-I will be the first school system ever to donate more than $1 million, according to district coordinator Jenifer Richardson, Oak Grove principal. During the visit, students—grades K through 8—learned about the work that St. Jude is doing to some day cure cancer by watching informational videos and participating in a historical scavenger

    Apr 11,
  • Washington, D.C. – Yesterday, Congressman Jason Smith (MO-08) led a bipartisan letter along with over 60 of his colleagues to President Trump urging him to revoke a “midnight rule” from the Obama Administration that would ban lead ammunition and fishing tackle from being used on any public lands. On January 19, 2017, the last full day of the Obama Administration, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) issued a director’s order phasing out the use of traditional lead ammunition and tackle on federal lands. Upon sending the letter, Smith commented, “This last minute rule issued by the Obama White House is simply unacceptable. This is exactly the type of regulatory red tape which has been thrown up by unelected bureaucrats

    Feb 10,
  • Washington, DC – Today, Congressman Jason Smith (MO-08) filed H.R.824, the No Transportation Funds for Sanctuary Cities Act, to block Federal Highway Trust fund dollars from being awarded to states and local governments if they fail to obey federal immigration laws and Department of Homeland Security (DHS) requests. Before Congressman Smith introduced the bill, he said, “Over 300 cities and counties employ policies to stonewall the federal government and prevent the Department of Homeland Security from effectively enforcing our immigration laws. We are a nation of law and order, and cities that actively work against the law of the land should face consequences. That’s why I introduced the No Transportation Funds for Sanctuary Cities Act to cut off the spigot

    Feb 06,
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