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The name Xobni is "inbox" spelled backwards, and it signals the company's mission of giving people more control over their e-mail. Users can search their Outlook e-mail and flesh it out with profiles for each person who e-mails them. Xobni has raised more than $14 million in capital, including from Research In Motion's (RIMM) investment arm in its last round.
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