LinuxPR: Direct-TO-1 now provides seamless messaging migration to HP's OpenMail
Aug 09, 2000, 13:36 (0 Talkback[s])
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"OpenOne Corporation today announced a new member to its
e-mail migration family that will enable the cost-effective
migration of millions of user message stores to HP's OpenMail.
OpenOne's new Direct-TO-1 for OpenMail empowers both system
administrators and end users to migrate e-mail messages and other
documents to OpenMail and immediately become productive in their
new messaging environment."
"Already available for migrating to Microsoft Exchange, Lotus
Notes, and MailOne, Direct-TO-1 enables Microsoft Exchange, Lotus
Notes, GroupWise, cc:Mail, and Compaq ALL-IN-1, MailWorks,
TeamLinks and VMS mail users to migrate their e-mail to OpenMail
and to retain key information. It also converts file cabinet
documents and document attachments so users can access this
information without having to manually convert it to a new format.
In addition, Direct-TO-1 maintains file cabinet hierarchy, enabling
users to quickly find messages and documents according to their
original filing structure. Direct-TO-1 also saves company time and
resources during migration by minimizing the amount of information
systems staff intervention."
"Messaging systems have become the primary way for many
businesses to communicate and store valuable corporate information.
OpenMail is one of the leading platforms for messaging solutions
today. As more companies look to standardize their multiple
messaging systems on one unified platform, Direct-TO-1 can help
streamline the migration process."