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Sitemason Webmail Interface Upgrade

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Next week we are rolling out an upgraded webmail interface for all retail Sitemason users to increase usability and ease of use.

You can log into Sitemason webmail at

You'll see the changes sometime between 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Central Time next Monday August 30, or Tuesday August 31. Below are the changes you'll see. The upgrade will happen automatically and won't require any action. Feel free to contact our Customer Care team if you have any questions. We are available at (615) 301-2600 ext. 3 or at

No passwords will be changed. The webmail interface upgrade will not affect how your email functions when checking email with mobile devices or email programs such as Outlook or Mac Mail. The upgrade also doesn't affect anyone not using Sitemason mail, such as users from Vanderbilt University and other universities.

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Today we added a new PHP method to our ever-growing framework. This is a simple way to add related articles for your blog or news feed. The tag-based call by default grabs the 5 most recent articles using tags it detects in the currently viewed article. 

Vanderbilt's Sitemason-Powered Calendar

Calendar iconAlong with Vanderbilt's website redesign, the Sitemason-powered calendar got a fresh look.

The calendar is driven by Sitemason tools. Various Vanderbilt users are able to submit events and then administrators can approve and edit events.

Visitors to the site have robust filtering, searching, and exporting options. Here are some of the calendar tool's robust features.

To add a calendar tool to your website, log into Sitemason, click "add a tool" and add a calendar tool.

Nashville Flood 2010

Guitar player overlooking the Nashville 2010 floodOn May 1 and 2, Nashville was hit by major flooding. Sitemason's office was unaffected and no website services were affected. We host services on Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) so we have server redundancy across the U.S.

Flooding reached some staff members' garages, but no one was hurt. Some of our friends and clients closer to the Cumberland River and in some Davidson and Williamson county neighborhoods were more greatly affected.

We have been in awe of our community during these last few weeks as we've seen our town come together to support neighbors who've lost loved ones and homes.

If you'd like to help with relief efforts, please visit The Tennessean's Flood Resource Guide.

Photo by John Partipilo / Courtesy of The Tennessean

The Sitemason Ecosystem

Sitemason ecosystem of Beahm Design, Thomas McElroy Consulting, and Kristen Beahm

Just as Sitemason has expertise in content management, the Sitemason family has niche expertise of its own. Sitemason's platform allows for these niche strengths to organically create something not only new, but essential.

Moses Speaks at Mac Users webSIG

Tim Moses, one of the founders of Sitemason, spoke at the Nashville Mac Users webSIG on Sunday. Topics ranged from what it takes for a graphic designer to get started producing websites to how a content management system makes managing web sites easier to how web servers work.

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