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LinuxPR: Bynari Targeting Aspiring ASPs with Messaging and Collaboration Solution

Sep 07, 2000, 14:49 (0 Talkback[s])


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"Bynari Inc. announced the beginning of a marketing campaign aimed at aspiring Application Solution Providers. The Company's TradeServer provides organizations using Microsoft Outlook a low cost alternative to Microsoft Exchange and HP OpenMail. Bynari believes this will attract small to medium sized ISPs to the ASP market."

"With the low cost of co-location services at many ISPs," says Bynari's TradeSuite Product Manager, "the door opens wide for individuals wanting a new business offering. TradeServer offers Outlook users messaging and collaboration services found on Microsoft Exchange without the cost of a Client Access License (CAL)."

"TradeServer sells for less than $600 and provides for unlimited users. The messaging and collaboration suite consists of a bundle of open source products such as OpenLDAP and exim. Bynari's value add is the ease of installation and management through their TS Admin console. TradeServer also provides fast installation and configuration scripting and a GUI installation interface."

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