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Enterprise Linux Today: Sendmail Highly Scalable Internet Messaging Teams with IBM Linux Products

Nov 07, 2000, 18:10 (0 Talkback[s])

"Sendmail, Inc.'s Messaging Expertise and IBM eServer Line Combine to Meet Demands of Internet Messaging Customers"

"Sendmail, Inc., the leading provider of Internet messaging solutions, today announced that its Internet Mail routing and hosting software will be combined with IBM's Linux-enabled eServer family and software products to bring world class reliability and scalability to Internet Mail. Sendmail and IBM have agreed to develop, market and distribute integrated Internet messaging solutions for service providers, Web hosting companies and portals."

"By 2005, 35 billion emails will be sent worldwide on an average day according to recent email usage forecasts from IDC. To ensure that customers will be able to meet the growing demand of email, IBM and Sendmail, Inc. are creating a secure and reliable e-business infrastructure."

"As the primary source of commercial software based on sendmail, the de facto standard Internet Mail server, Sendmail, Inc. leads the development of Internet Mail standards and ensures their early implementation in its commercial and Open Source products. In addition, Sendmail delivers enhanced security, reliability, scalability and manageability in its commercial product lines."

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