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Email Problem Continuing

Email Problem Continuing
We are still battling with email issues started around 1:00pm (PDT).
If you re not receiving or unable to send email, please bare with us.
We will keep you posted.

If you need t talk someone, please can us 1-800-232-3989 or 425-864-2012
#EmailIssues #Dreamersi #PSPinc

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Email server being attacked by SPAM.

Email server being attacked b...
Currently we are expecting very heaver email traffic to our servers. This is causing our system to slow down and not being able to deliver email.

This has started around 1:30pm on 9/9/19. We will keep you posted when it becomes normal.
#pspinc #businesstips #smallbusiness #technology #blog #ennews #dreamersi #webtools #pacificsoftwarepublishing #geomarketing

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36th Largest Minority-Owned Companies in Washington

36th Largest Minority-Owned ...
We are listed #36 on Puget Sound Business Journal's list for Largest Minority-Owned Companies in Washington State.

We value diversity in our workplace and we're so happy to see so many other companies on the list too. We will do our best to better than 36th next year by delivering better products and services.

If you would like to know more about Pacific Software Publishing, Inc. (AKA PSPinc), please visit

#PacificSoftwarePublishing #PSPinc #Dreamersi #WenDevelopment #WebHosting

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End of Development Announcement

End of Development Announcem...
PSPinc announces end of development for its Windows-based Mail Server Software “ST MAIL”

PSPinc has developed and used ST MAIL, its proprietary POP/IMAP Email software, for its hosting system since 1996. Over the past 23 years, PSPinc has diligently been upgrading and fixing this email server software, which serves more than a quarter million email accounts. It is still one of the fastest email server software systems even by today’s standard.

However, PSPinc has begun building a new proprietary POP/IMAP email server software system based on the Linux platform. Today PSPinc has announced that further development and modification to the current Windows version of this email server software will cease. The current version will stay in service until the new platform will be available next year.

More expandable and relatable email services

The goal of the new software system is to provide faster and more reliable email service to all of our customers. The new version will feature a brand new codebase which will make it easier to adapt to future technological advancements and offer a faster connection using 5G technologies.

More details about this exciting new mail server and future services will be announced later this year.

Pacific Software Publishing, Inc.
1404 140th PL NE, Bellevue, WA 98007
(425) 864-2012
#dreamersi #pspinc #PacificSoftwarePublishing

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Security Update Announcement / Dreamersi Web Customers

Security Update Announcement ...
We will be conducting the web server security upgrade based on the following schedule. Your web server access may be interrupted during the process. Thank you in advance for understanding.

  • Wednesday, Sep 11th: 6:00am - 7:00am (PDT)
  • Thursday, Sep 12th: 6:00am - 7:00am (PDT)
  • Friday, Sep 13th: 6:00am - 7:00am (PDT)
  • Saturday, Sep 14th: 6:00am - 7:00am (PDT)
  • Sunday, Sep 15th: 6:00am - 7:00am (PDT)
  • Monday, Sep 16th: 6:00am - 7:00am (PDT)

    下記のスケジュールで Web サーバーのセキュリティウップデートを行います。サーバーへのアクセスが作業中できなくなる場合がありますのでご了承ください。

  • 9月11日 (水) 午前6時 - 7時
  • 9月12日 (木) 午前6時 - 7時
  • 9月13日 (金) 午前6時 - 7時
  • 9月14日 (土) 午前6時 - 7時
  • 9月15日 (日) 午前6時 - 7時
  • 9月16日 (月) 午前6時 - 7時
  • #dreamersiWebSecurityUpdate #Dreamersi #PSPinc

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    Making Sense of Google AdSense and AdWords

    Making Sense of Google AdSen...
    Sometimes we “techies” choose names for our products and services that don’t make a lot of sense and often warrants further explanation. When you first see a service like Google AdWords or Google AdSense, we don’t blame if you if you’re puzzled, and we’re here to help make AdSense make more sense to you.

    Let’s cover some basics. Google makes money by selling ads on a pay-per-click (PPC) basis, which has become the industry standard for online advertising. Via Google AdWords, A business can create an ad which gets displayed on Google. If a user clicks on that ad during a search, Google charges the business an agreed upon price for that click.

    PPC ads are available in different forms: text ads and display ads.

    Text ads show up on Google search results based on the keywords and phrases you choose. They are marked “Ad” if you take a closer look and they tend to show up before the organic results.

    Display ads can show up on other websites based on your searches browsing history. For example, if you have shopped cars online, Google might display an ad for cars while you browse the morning news on your regular news site. That’s because your news website has contracted with Google to display these ads via a platform called Google AdSense. In return, they will receive payments from Google based on the PPC performance of the display ads.

    In short, AdWords is for businesses seeking to advertise. AdSense is for websites or blog owners seeking to monetize their space by allowing AdWords ads to appear next to their content.
    #ENnews #PSPinc #Blog #Technology #SmallBusiness #BusinessTips #Google #AdWords #AdSense #PayPerClick

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    OpinionStand Latest Release

    OpinionStand Latest Release
    We have adopted OpinionStand to work with iOS 13.
    If you need to upgrade your OpinionStand iPad, please contact our customer support.

    In addition to iOS 13 support, we have released
    - Allow for line breaks in custom messages
    - Landing page improvements
    #OpinionStand #PacificSoftwarePublishing #PSPinc #SaaS #HostedSolutions

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    Do you know what PSPinc has for you?

    Pacific Software Publishing, Inc. (PSPinc) has been in business since 1987 and started its Internet related businesses 10 years later, 1996. Currently PSPinc hosts over 40,000 business websites and 1/4 million email accounts. In addition to hosting your domain, web and email, PSPinc provides essential tools for your businesses.

    This page lists all the products PSPinc has to offer. For more information, please call us at 1-800-232-3989 or email us at
    #PSPinc #PacificSiftwarePublishing #WebHosting #EmailHosting #DomainHosting #WebDevelopment

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    New Portal

    New Portal
    We are all online business.

    You can now order our most popular services online.

    But if you need to talk with its, you can still do so.
    #dreamersi #pspinc #online #domainwebemail

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    10 Dos and Don’ts for your Company Newsletter

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    We discussed the ease in which you can create a newsletter using NewsMail templates in our last blog post, but why do you need to send a newsletter in the first place?

    Newsletters are a critical line of communication with your existing or potential customer base. You want to maintain that relationship with your customers and feed them new information about your company as it comes in. Let’s look at some Dos and Don’ts for your company newsletter:

    1) Do make a schedule. Decide whether to send your newsletter weekly, monthly or quarterly depending on your company goals.

    2) Don’t send a newsletter every week simply because you want to get in front of people more often. If you’re not telling them anything new and important, expect a lot of ‘unsubscribes’ to follow.

    3) Do share: promotions, company news, new products or services, holiday greetings, customer surveys and feedback, instructional content or videos (how-tos), customer testimonials, cause marketing efforts (community giving), employee spotlights and more.

    4) Don’t share all of those things in one email! Spread it out. Keep the content to a minimum, featuring just two to three things, so as not to overwhelm the reader.

    5) Do provide your contact information: phone, email, web forms and social media sites.

    6) Don’t send your newsletter without having a fresh set of eyes review it for content or grammatical errors.

    7) Do cross-promote your blog and social media sites. Informative blog articles can boost your website’s SEO, and as a bonus, they make for great newsletter content. Once you’ve sent out your newsletter, you can deconstruct the newsletter, using its content for social media posts, expanding your reach to existing and potential customers. See how they all work together?

    8) Don’t be shy about testing out different subject lines. See what works and what doesn’t to get a better open rate. Same goes for when to send – do people tend to open your newsletter more when you send in the morning versus the afternoon; early in the week or later in the week?

    9) Do look at the analytics to see what people are clicking on to get an idea of what topics your customers find interesting.

    10) DO contact us at PSP to help you get started using NewsMail, and let’s get your newsletter off the ground!
    #ENnews #PSPinc #Blog #Technology #SmallBusiness #BusinessTips #NewsMail #Newsletter #Email #WebTools

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