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6 steps to Zimbra two-factor authentication with YubiKey

We are proud to announce that XMission Zimbra Email and Collaboration now features two-factor authentication (2FA). Two-factor authentication is a technology that provides identification of users utilizing two different components. Typically something that you know (like a password, UserID, etc) and something you have (a smartphone, USB-key, etc.). Using 2FA protects you against phishing and other sophisticated attacks. In this […]

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Buy Zimbra Talk licensing this December and save 25% !

For the next month, Zimbra licensing has a fantastic savings opportunity. Purchase Zimbra Talk from XMission by the end of the December 2016 and save 25%! Zimbra Talk allows your Zimbra server (Network Edition) to host live chats, video conferences, audio conversations, group document editing, plus file and screen sharing all from your Zimbra webmail. You can even use […]

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Easily Encrypt & Sign Email with Zimbra and OpenPGP

The OpenPGP Zimlet allows XMission Zimbra webmail to encrypt and sign email messages. It is available to XMission Zimbra Premium or Personal Premium mailboxes. OpenPGP encryption prevents your messages from being opened by anyone other than the intended recipient. It will prevents your message from being altered or changed by anyone other than yourself, maintaining the authenticity […]

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Four quick steps use Outlook for Mac with Zimbra at XMission

Today we talk about how to configure Outlook for Mac with your Zimbra mailbox. Microsoft Outlook for Mac functionality requires Microsoft Exchange Web Service (EWS) licensing to be activated for your mailbox on the server. Domain admins and mailbox owners can contact XMission to add the feature to  Zimbra Premium or Personal Premium mailboxes. There is a small $0.25 […]

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Resellers, ISPs, and BSPs Love White Label Zimbra Infrastructure with XMission

As a reseller or BSP, you need to provide a customized email solution for your clients but don’t want the hassle, expense, and technical burden of running your own mail servers. Or perhaps you are simply tired of managing your existing email infrastructure and need out? The solution is simple. Satisfy the needs of your […]

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Premium and Base Zimbra XMission mailboxes, a tell all

XMission’s Business Email and Collaboration has two mailbox service levels to choose from: Premium and Base, both powered by Zimbra Collaboration. The mailbox run down: Both mailbox types provide email that can be accessed by your preferred email application (desktop and mobile) or by the rich AJAX webmail experience (meaning drag and drop) which provides all the features and tools in […]

Migrate your Email from Google Apps to Zimbra Collaboration

In today’s Email Admin Tip we reveal how you can migrate email from Google Apps to Zimbra Collaboration at XMission. Utilizing a command line software tool called IMAPSync and OAuth authentication, you can migrate your email data between Google’s mail servers and XMission’s Zimbra mail servers. Currently, Google Apps supports use of OAuth and the following documentation links provide […]

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XMission upgrades to Zimbra 8.6 Email & Collaboration, then boosts quota to 50 GB!

XMission’s Zimbra Email & Collaboration customers enjoyed two fantastic upgrades over the July 4th week. First, we upgraded to Zimbra 8.6 (Patch 3 applied). Zimbra Email & Collaboration 8.6 brings many updates including: Greatly improved Mobile HTML Client (try it on your iOS or Android device) Native Outlook for Mac functionality (Never a better time to […]

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Upgrade to Zimbra licensing and save 25%! – EXPIRED

Readers: As of 6/30/15, this promotion is no longer in effect. For the next month, Zimbra licensing has a fantastic savings opportunity. Upgrade to Network Edition from XMission by the end of the month and save 25%! When you are ready upgrade to Network Edition from open source Zimbra, XMission will sweeten the deal by including three […]

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An honest discussion about data privacy, open source, and communications security.

Last week, Zimbra published their latest Zcast podcast about open source and security. I was fortunate to participate in the podcast. In preparation, I surveyed key XMission staff and found their candid responses regarding open source, data privacy, security, and the future of collaboration very intriguing. Today I’ll share their answers. You will learn valuable insights from Pete (XMission […]

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