How to enable SMTP authentication for your email

Regardless of the email client you use, find a helpful step-by-step guide on how to authenticate your email.
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Voting Online & By Mail

Beginning in 2024, members have the option to vote online or by mail in any director elections and for any other cooperative business to be conducted at the annual meeting.
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Meet the Owners

Meet the owners of the Golden West Telecommunications Cooperative. Our members are our owners.
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Claim your capital credits before it's too late

Do you have an uncashed check from Golden West? Check this list to see if you do.
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Fiber to the Home is connecting more people than ever

Golden West will continue to improve and expand its fiber network with the four ongoing upgrade projects and two new areas that will be receiving fiber-optic technology.
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FCC announces end of Affordable Connectivity Program

The Federal Communications Commission has announced the end of funding for its Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP). For any questions or to make changes to services, please call 1-855-888-7777, option 3. Golden West’s member services team is ready to assist between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.
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Custer FTTH 2024 Open House Postponed

Golden West’s Fiber to the Home Open House originally scheduled for Thursday, Feb. 15, in Custer has been postponed due to the winter weather.
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Score More in 2024

Get more speed, control, and protection with Faster Internet & Ultimate Wi-Fi!
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Planned Webmail Upgrade for October 10, 2023

Golden West will be performing a planned maintenance to our Webmail platform starting at 11 p.m. MDT on Oct. 10 and finishing by 12 a.m. MDT on Oct. 11. During this one hour maintenance, Webmail will be unavailable.
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Fall Sun Outages

Fall Sun Outages will occur around Oct. 4-14 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. If you experience a channel outage for longer than 20 minutes, call our office at 1-855-888-7777, option 1. Sun outages occur twice a year around the spring and autumn equinoxes. Intense solar radiation can interfere with satellite transmissions to CATV systems, but disruptions are brief and predictable.
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