If SYIX Mailguard is keeping you are arms length, this is the fix:
  1. Open Mozilla Firefox   (to download use this, https://getfirefox.com)
  2. on the address bar (very top of the screen), type "about:config" and hit enter
  3. Click the "accept..." bar
  4. On the Search Preference Name box, type "security.tls.version.enable-deprecated"  (or just tls, it gets you close)
  5. Double Click on the line "security.tls.version.enable-deprecated", the false should change to true, and then close the screen, Mailguard will open again.
If you and Mailguard are just fine today, ignore all this
So, Windows has an upgrade!  Should YOU care?  Probably not.  The system requirements are quite a bit different from before, and other than it breaking the start menu, I can't see any reason at this time to upgrade.  Perhaps after a bit of time passes, but I guarantee you that most of you won't be able to easily upgrade to this one, it requires a working Trusted Platform Module, which is usually an extra part added onto your computers Motherboard.
So, SYIX recommends for now, please don't upgrade to Windows 11, lets see how it works out for a while first.  Trust me, you aren't going to miss anything if you don't
All incoming and outgoing calls via "voip.ms", the VOIP company we use here, and many of you are using, is suffering from a major outage, apparently caused by Denial of Service attack.  voip.ms is working hard to fix the issue, and has brought in the big guns of DDOS, Cloudflare to help them out.  It was mitigated most of the night, but the attacks overwhelmed them again around 8:30 our time today.
There is nothing we can do, forwarding calls isn't available, nor can we port to a different VOIP provider.  Until they have the issue stopped, we are just stuck.  Crossing fingers that all is fine today later on.
Please use your cell phones for now, and know that the voip company is trying very hard to get things working again.
Follow voip.ms on twitter for current up to the minute information:  VoIP.ms on Twitter
Saturday -->  Managed to get a lot of the numbers working, this is something I did here at SYIX, the people at VOiP are still having issues.  BUT, they may break my patch by accident, so if that happens, all will go away again.  I'm watching...
Tuesday:  Things still bad!  Not as bad as Friday, but I am still moving things around trying to find a magic connection that will persist longer than a few minutes.
Here is an article about the attack from Bleeping Computer, explains things way better than I can:  https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/news/security/voipms-phone-services-disrupted-by-ddos-extortion-attack/
UPDATE:  All seems fine with the VOIP.ms system since Sept 25th.  Any issues after that are probably self inflicted (by me usually, typo's)
Our office location has moved!
So, our address has changed!
So much excitement!
Please note this!  Our new mailing address is:
1469 Butte House Rd
Suite G
Yuba City,  CA  95993
Northeast Corner of Butte House Rd and Dustin Dr, park around back.
I'm working on it really.  That "TLS 1.0" insecure stuff.  Really am.
Google Chrome
1.  Open this link:   https://mail.syix.com/mail/login.php
2.  On the top of the screen, it says in red letters, "Not secure", click on it, then click on "Site Settings"
3.  On this screen, on the right side, you should see "  <- mail.syix.com"
     Scroll way down, near the bottom of this long list, find Insecure Content, and set it at Allow instead of Block
4.  Click back on the Mailguard tab, it should have a button to reload the page, and away you go.
(further experiments show this doesn't always work)  (seems to always work on Firefox)
Mozilla Firefox
1. Open Firefox
2.  At the top, next to the magnifying glass, clear the screen and type:  about:config
     Hit enter
3.  Click the "accept the risk and continue" button
4.  Next to the new magnifying glass, type "TLS"
5.  Look down the list, find "security.tls.version.enable-deprecated".
6.  Click that line, it should turn dark colored.  Close the screen and restart Firefox.  Done.
Microsoft Edge (latest newest version 84) 
1.  Install Firefox and use it.  :-)
2.  Like Edge better?  Follow the Google Chrome instructions, but it requires a restart to work.
The TLS 1.0 1.1 and 1.2 (soon 1.3) stuff will get fixed soon, I promise, but these steps will make it easier for you in the mean time.
So, for months I have had a note on the top of www.syix.com that it was moving here "soon".  So, today it did!
The security warnings from Firefox prompted me to move away from the old site finally, so this is a permanent thing
If there is something really really wrong, let me know please!   support@syix.com
Opened the office back up today, having mixed feelings about it.  Not worried about the virus, just really liked working in my back yard...