EONI wants you to have the safest and most secure experience with your eoni.com email service. This article outlines things you should know to be as safe and secure as possible.

EONI will never send you an email to tell you to click a link to activate your email, reset your account, update something or keep your email account working. If in doubt never take action on emails like this. Just contact us first at 541-962-7873 or forward the email to support@eoni.com
If you mistakenly did click something you are now questioning if it was the right thing to do, please contact us immediately so we can start by changing your password. You will likely find emails in your inbox or your spam folder that are trying very carefully to appear to be authentic emails from EONI instructing you to take action that may cause considerable problems for you.

EONI supports and highly recommends encryption for all communications between your device and the eoni.com email server. Using plain text or unencrypted methods are not recommended and may be disabled in the future.

The eoni.com email server attempts to encrypt all communications between our server and all other servers we send to or receive from.

Your email account can be accessed using the built in email/mail apps on various mobile devices. We recommend for these devices you always use IMAP to retrieve your email. For Android devices use the settings here for manual setup. For Apple devices click here for automatic setup.

If you are using a web browser such as Chrome or Firefox to access your email we call this method webmail. We do not recommend you use webmail on your mobile devices. The mail apps on your mobile devices are usually a much faster and easier experience.

Some settings such as spam filter settings, setting up email forwarding and choosing which countries you can access your email account from are all in webmail settings.

Before you provide your email address or your password on a site that looks like it is EONI webmail you can be sure you are really on the real EONI webmail by looking at the URL or address bar to make sure you see mail.eoni.com you should also click the padlock icon and then view certificate to confirm the certificate common name or issued to shows *.eoni.com

This is how the padlock looks in Chrome browser:

Clicking the padlock on Chrome and then clicking certificate brings up a window like this:

Here you see issued to *.eoni.com
in the future the valid dates may be later than those shown.

For Firefox clicking the padlock you see:

Clicking the arrow pointing to the right of “Connection secure” brings up this:

click “More Information” then “View Certificate” to see this:

Here you see common name as *.eoni.com
in the future the valid dates may be later than those shown.