• 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

    Dec 12,
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  • What if I told you your government was about to triple your monthly electric bill? President Obama’s so called “Clean Power Plan” would have done just that – increasing electric costs and forcing coal plants in Missouri to close. Missouri residents get 83 percent of their energy from coal-fired power plants. If implemented, this rule would have increased the cost of electricity and made it unaffordable for many residents in the state. Fortunately, President Trump took major steps this week to eliminate the Clean Power Plan and stop the EPA’s costly rules for energy production. This will help prevent skyrocketing utility rates, ensure coal plants stay open and keep jobs in Missouri. The Clean Power Plan is just the latest

    Mar 31,
  • JEFFERSON CITY—State Sen. Doug Libla, R-Poplar Bluff, is urging citizens to attend one of two open hearings of the Missouri Public Service Commission (PSC), regarding an electric rate case filed by Ameren Missouri. The local public hearing schedule: Tuesday, January 17, 2017 – Cape Girardeau - Osage Centre – Room 4AB, 1625 North Kingshighway - NOON Tuesday, January 17, 2017 – Charleston - Charleston High School, Clara Drinkwater Newman Auditorium, 606 S. Thorn St. – 6PM Each hearing will begin with a public information/question and answer session conducted by the PSC Staff, followed by the Commission receiving testimony from the public. On July 1, 2016, Ameren Missouri filed an electric rate case with the Missouri Public Service Commission seeking to

    Jan 12,
  • Noranda President and CEO Layle K. "Kip" Smith is flanked by elected officials and dignitaries at a press conference in this August, 2014, photo at the New Madrid smelter. SEMO TIMES photo by Steve Hankins   NEW MADRID - In the wake of a recent announcement by the region's leading employer that could leave as many as 200 Bootheel workers jobless, a state panel might rethink its stance regarding energy costs to the plant. Layle K. "Kip" Smith, president and chief executive officer of Noranda Aluminum Holding Corp., said the decision by Missouri's Public Services Commission (PSC) regarding a competitive energy rate is to blame for the impending lay off of between 125 and 200 workers during the next six

    Sep 22,
  • JEFFERSON CITY – State Sen. Doug Libla, R-Poplar Bluff, strongly supports today’s filing by the Office of Public Counsel (OPC) to the Missouri Public Service Commission (PSC) for an affordable electric rate for Noranda. The PSC denied their initial request last month, leading to Noranda starting the process of reducing their workforce at the New Madrid aluminum plant by up to 200 jobs over the next six months. “For Noranda to compete in these economic conditions, the PSC must grant this rehearing and approve the consumer-friendly OPC compromise. Without the leadership of the PSC, these 900 family sustaining jobs could be lost and the economy of the Bootheel could be permanently damaged,” stated Sen. Libla. “The viability of Noranda’s plant

    Sep 12,

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