You've seen Vergil's epitaph, perhaps, translated: "Mantua gave birth to me," it begins, "the Calabrians took me, now Naples holds me."
Look at the Latin original, though, and nowhere will you find "Neapolis" (for Naples). Instead, there's "Parthenope".
How Parthenope got onto the poet's epithet and city shore is a curious story; what shall concern us here, however, is that Parthenope is a siren. How the sirens got to have a loud signaling instrument named after them is another story; what shall concern us here is that you can signal GMX Mail and alert them when a problem with the email service has washed ashore:
›› Ran into a problem with your GMX Mail account? Here's how to contact GMX Mail support and get help.