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LinuxPR: OpenOne Corporation offers new e-mail server for Linux

Jul 18, 2000, 15:33 (4 Talkback[s])

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"OpenOne Corporation today announced the availability of its MailOne enterprise e-mail server on the Linux operating system. MailOne is an internet standards-based e-mail server that delivers a consistent set of messaging services to users with different desktop environments and e-mail applications. It is an open messaging system that supports leading international and industry messaging standards. MailOne for Linux is available for purchase, as well as for use by Application Service Providers looking to add Linux-based e-mail as an ASP service."

"Currently available for Compaq Tru64 UNIX and IBM AIX, MailOne for Linux is a re-engineered version of Digital Equipment Corporation's MailWorks for UNIX -- a proven, scaleable and reliable e-mail server. MailOne is ideal for organizations and ASPs of all sizes who want to deliver e-mail as a network or internet service to dissimilar desktops and heterogeneous workgroups, without requiring common desktop applications or environments. By taking advantage of the proven reliability and the low cost-of-ownership of the Linux operating system, users can participate as peers in an integrated workgroup distributed across wide geographic areas."

"MailOne for UNIX delivers open messaging to leading e-mail clients while providing a rich set of Internet mail services, including a secure message store, bulletin boards, message transport and directory services. Supported clients include: POP-based e-mail clients such as Outlook Express, Internet Explorer, Netscape Communicator and Eudora; Microsoft Exchange; TeamLinks; an X-Windows Motif and LessTif user agents, as well as a command line interface. MailOne exchanges messages using multiple industry standard messaging protocols including Sendmail, commercial SMTP/MIME message transports, or optionally, X.400 protocols."

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