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Science and Engineering Fair Judges Needed!

Every year, XMission looks forward to supporting the Salt Lake Valley Science and Engineering Fair (SLVSEF). Pete Ashdown, our founder and president, serves as a judge and awards the XMission Technology Award to the student who best demonstrates creativity in utilizing the Internet for either research or as a presentation element. I spoke with Pete […]

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See how a simple “+” brings unlimited flexibility to your XMission email.

Today’s email tip will help you make better use of your XMission email with an amazingly easy to use feature called “suffix support” and it works with┬átraditional @xmission.com or our Zimbra hosted email accounts. One email to rule them all Suffix support gives you the power of multiple email addresses, allowing you to easily identify […]

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Register for Ski PHP on January 17-18

XMission kicks off our 2014 community sponsorship calendar with the Ski PHP Conference on Friday, January 17 and Saturday, January 18. The conference takes place at the Miller Campus of Salt Lake Community College. Ski PHP, presented by the Utah PHP Users Group, features top national and international PHP experts to present over 50 talks […]

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Zimbra Power Tip: Improve your day and your inbox with filters.

In the world of “I want it now” there are fewer issues that cause as much frustration as a broken printer or your inbox not doing what you want. While I cannot help you with printer problems, I will help with your inbox. Today you will learn about two very useful and very under-utilized filters […]

Four Reasons Your Business Should Use XMission SIP Trunking

Believe it or not, industry projections show that by 2015 there will be more SIP-powered phones than traditional phone services in American businesses. In 2005, less than 10% of American businesses used VoIP- or SIP-related services for their office phone systems. In 2013, that number is 38% and is compounding every year. AT&T, the largest […]

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5 lessons we have learned from our customers

For the last 15 years I have worked for various companies including AOL, eBay, Gamestop and now here at XMission. During my time at these companies I have worked in customer service. I love the feeling of being able to understand what customers are going though, and having the patience to guide them through a […]

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You + XMission = Win! 4 reasons to become an XMission Channel Partner.

I am pleased to introduce the XMission Channel Partner program. Since 1993 XMission has provided amazing support and products that have garnered loyal fans and awards. Our loyal evangelists touted our products and provided referrals allowing us to grow and prosper all while building a reputation for excellence. Now we are looking to lend our […]

4 ways your business benefits from XMission’s privacy policy

In the past few weeks there has been a lot of media attention given to XMission’s stance on customer privacy (links below). Honestly, it feels great to finally be recognized for one of our core values. What isn’t being talked about is why our privacy policy matters to businesses. Earlier today, I asked our long-time […]

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5 things I learned at HostingCon 2013

A couple of weeks ago, I attended HostingCon with another XMission long-time team member, Grant Sperry. We had an incredible experience and I wanted to share a few of the lessons we learned: * Love what you do. Staying relevant and connected with your customer base means that providers need to focus on the components […]

Are you an Art Fan? XMission proudly sponsors the 2013 Utah Arts Festival

For the thirteenth year, XMission proudly sponsors the Utah Arts Festival! This year’s festival takes place on Thursday, June 20 to Sunday, June 23 at Salt Lake City’s Library Square with XMission presenting the always-fun Sponsor Patio. The Utah Arts Festival features 162 visual artists, including 45 who are Utah-based, and 117 additional visiting from […]

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