The goal of this article is to show you how to setup your dialup connection and send/receive emails on your Windows 10 computer.


Before we begin, you'll need the following:

1. A Zoom 3095 USB dialup modem.

  - This is the only dialup modem that we know of that works with Windows 10. They are common so finding one locally shouldn't be to hard. We sell them as well.

2. A brand-new setup cd.

  - This article assumes that you are using the most recent cd version. If you aren't, things will look different.

3. A good amount of patience and determination.

  - I'll put this one in here to make you smile.


Installing the dialer.


Begin by inserting the cd. When prompted as to what to do press Run. A window should appear with a menu.


Select the button called EmyPeople Dialup as shown below.



A pop-up will appear asking you to confirm that you want to proceed. Press OK as shown below.


Press OK again.


Read the terms and press accept.



Enter your email address and password (if you're not sure what your password is call us. 717-277-0200). Once done press Select.


Before proceeding, you'll need to select a dialup number. Enter your area code in the top right-hand corner, select any number that will work and press OK.



Press OK to confirm the number you choose.



Press the OK button located in the top right-hand again and then allow the wizard to finish the installation for you.


If everything went well, your dialup connection should be ready to use. All you need to do is click on the EmyPeople email only icon located on your desktop and press connect.


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Configure the dialer and Windows Live Mail to work together.

1.) In Windows Live Mail, find you account located right above the Inbox.
2.) Right-click on it and select Properties.
3.) Select the connections tab.
4.) Check-mark the box that says “Always connect to this account using:” and then in the dropdown
below that, select EmyPeople Email Only.
5.) Press OK.

Next time you open Windows Live Mail it'll automatically dial in and connect without you having
to do anything.

This article was created with the purpose on showing the end user how to install the security certificate for Proxyb. The installation process is divided into two steps.

  • Installing the FireFox Pre-installer
  • Installing the security certificate
  • Troubleshooting the installation - in case you run into any trouble


1.) Installing the FireFox Pre-installer

Being by download the FireFox pre-installer. You can click here or go to > Downloads > FireFox Pre-installer.

Once it's done downloading open your downloads and look for the file called vcredist_x86.exe. Double click on it. If you receiving a warning wondering whether you want to run the file or cancel press Run.

If you receive an error like the one below continue to step two a couple pictures down.

Select " I have read and accept the license terms" and press Install.

Allow it to install and press Finish.


2.) Installing the Security Certificate

Being by downloading the certificate from here or going to > Downloads > New Certificate: Download here. Once downloaded go to your Downloads folder and double-click on the file. If you receiving a warning wondering whether you want to run the file or cancel press Run. Also, before proceeding, close all open browsers.

Close all programs and Press Next.

Read the license agreement and press I Agree.

If you receive a warning like the one below or similar just press OK and allow it to install. Once it's done press Next.

Press Finish to to finish the installation. If all went well you should be set!


Troubleshooting installation issues.

Before troubleshooting make sure ALL browsers that were in use have been restarted. Chrome is very notorious and is know to run in the background even though it's been closed. The best thing is to totally reboot the computer if Chrome is your main browser.

Next, try disabling your anti-virus and trying again. While the normal anti-virus should not affect the installation it's time we rule out all possibilities. Once disabled try installing again.

Thirdly, let's continue by removing the old certificate. Go to start and type certmgr.msc and click on it. (Note: You'll have to be logged in as Administrator. Otherwise, right-click on it and press "Run as administrator".)


Double-click on "Trusted Root Certificates".

Double-click on "Certificates".

Look for the certificate called Censornet with an expiration date of 09/01/2015.

Select it, Right-click on it and press delete. Press OK to confirm that you want to delete it.


Restart all open browsers and try again.

If that doesn't work, follow the instructions above again and remove BOTH censornet certificates and then re-run the installer. 



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