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Enterprise Linux Today: Caldera Announces Volution Messaging Server

Nov 20, 2001, 10:55 (2 Talkback[s])
Caldera International, Inc. today announced the release of the Caldera Volution Messaging Server, an Internet standards-based mail and calendaring server for Caldera OpenLinux and Open UNIX platforms.

Emphasizing reliability, compatibility and performance as well as ease of installation, use and management, Caldera Volution Messaging Server provides small-to-medium businesses and replicated sites with secure and robust e-mail and collaboration capabilities. A significant feature of the Caldera Volution Messaging Server is its compatibility with popular mail clients, including full support for Microsoft Outlook products, other Internet mail clients, and Netscape Navigator and Microsoft Internet Explorer browsers. In addition, it interoperates with popular anti-virus, backup and fax server software.

Caldera Volution Messaging Server is Caldera's third product in the Caldera Volution product family. Caldera Volution Messaging Server, along with Caldera Volution Manager and Caldera Volution Online, represent Caldera's next step in providing products and services above the company's operating systems.

"Mail and messaging have become critical components of everyday business activities," said Ransom Love, president and CEO, Caldera International. "Caldera Volution Messaging Server offers our channel a highly reliable, secure solution with features and functionality similar to leading e-mail servers, but it is significantly less complex to install and manage. Built on common Volution elements, the Volution Messaging Server can be deployed on Caldera's Linux and UNIX environments for our customers and resellers."

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