The five personal email accounts that you will receive as part of your 3 Rivers Internet service are easy to use and fully functional.
3 Rivers Communications provides FREE Barracuda e-mail spam and virus protection to ALL of our Internet e-mail customers. This service is built-in to our e-mail server, and requires no action on your part. Barracuda automatically notifies you via e-mail when it has quarantined spam or potentially dangerous e-mail, which you can access with a username and password.
Default security settings in Barracuda are sufficient in most instances. However, these settings are easily changed by following on-line instructions at the link below.
-Sending limit size is 20MB when using an email client such as Outlook or Thunderbird
-Sending limit size is 10MB when using 3 Rivers Webmail
If you have questions, please call a 3 Rivers customer service representative at 467-2535 or 1-800-796-4567
All 3 Rivers customers have access to 3 Rivers SmartHub, an easy, convenient way to view and pay your 3 Rivers local telephone, 3 Rivers long distance and 3 Rivers Internet bill from the privacy of your own home. 3 Rivers SmartHub accepts credit card, debit card and bank electronic funds transfers for payment.
We know there’s more to great service than just allowing you uninterrupted access to the Internet. That’s why we offer all of our Internet subscribers our Internet e-newsletter, which provides valuable tools and resources to enhance your Internet experience.
To sign up , send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with "e-newsletter" in the subject line from the email address to which you want the newsletter sent. We'll put you on the list!
A very useful online magazine, published quarterly, that provides information to help you get the most from your Internet experience. Each issue includes topics ranging from “How To’s” on the Internet, computer tweaks and fixes, and general web surfing fun. Tutorials by Website Compass–fast and easy resources for the novice and experienced alike. Visit the “Tutorials” section to see archived articles, which will help you with your online browsing and email.