PMZ Marketing Email Services Security Update


As a complete ebusiness solution provider, PMZ Marketing values our client's security and always keeps up with current Internet standards.

In order to better protect our clients' email communication, we have made some changes to the way you can access their webmail using a browser or in an email device application. As such, we have created a dedicated secure domain for email that will be restricted to use only SSL/TLS encryption for both incoming and outgoing communication. The new domain will be used to access your emails from a web browser and a device email application as well.

While our clients will be able to continue using the existing email account settings until 31st March 2016, it is recommended that you update your email settings on your own Internet connected devices (i.e. computer desktop, notebooks, tablet computers, mobile phones) that you are using to read your emails as soon as possible to benefit of the enhanced security features.

To update your email account device configuration, please change the current settings to the following:

Inbound (receive emails):

  • Inbound Server:
  • Inbound Server Type: IMAPS (Use Port 993) / POP3 (Use Port 995)
  • User Name:
  • Connection Security: SSL/TLS
  • Authentication Method: Existing Client Email Account Password

Outbound (send emails):

  • Outbound Server:
  • Outbound Server Type: SMTPS (Use Port 465)
  • User Name:
  • Connection Security: SSL/TLS
  • Authentication Method: Existing Client Email Account Password


Your current mailbox settings will continue to work until March 31st, 2016. After this date, you will not be able to send or receive messages using your email client, unless you change your connection settings. Furthermore, your inbound/outbound server will be automatically redirected to the from then on.

We also strongly advise all our clients using PMZ Marketing's email services to change your email password regularly, by logging into webmail (using and browsing to Settings -> Password. There you will be able to set a new password for accessing your email mailbox.

Margaret commented on 29-Mar-2016 01:06 PM1 out of 5 stars
fails to tell you where to even find these settings, so not useful at all Patrick Zuluaga - PMZ Marketing: Thank you for your feedback we have added some clarification to make it clear that the adjustments need to be performed on your own Internet connected devices you use to read your emails (i.e. computer desktops, notebooks, tablet computers, iPads, iPhones, Android mobile phones...etc.)


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