Enterprise Linux Today: IBM adds Sendmail to Linux serversNov 08, 2000, 15:45 (0 Talkback[s])
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"IBM has partnered with web messaging specialist Sendmail to create messaging software for Big Blue's Linux-based eServers. The two companies will develop, market, distribute and support Sendmail's internet messaging platforms, which include Switch 2.1 router software and Advanced Message Server, on IBM's machines."
"Advanced Message Server manages the workload between multiple departmental mail servers and provides a module for secure email access for both local and remote mail users. It can handle a range of protocols including Wap, POP email, internet messaging application protocol and Webmail."
"Both companies will also integrate the Sendmail Switch routing tool with Lotus' Domino back-end infrastructure for enterprises and service providers. IBM plans to include Lotus' Sametime and Quickplace instant messaging and collaboration tools with the Linux-ready eServers."
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