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CrossNodes: Mac & Linux On the Horizon For GroupWise

Dec 23, 2002, 13:00 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Within the next couple of years, Novell hopes to lower the total cost of ownership (TCO) of its GroupWise, while providing greater scalability and security. Over the nearer term, Novell is now working with partners to spur Macintosh, Linux and RIM Blackberry applications for the integrated collaborate environment (ICE), which competes against Microsoft Exchange and Lotus Notes, according to Howard Tayler, Novell's GroupWise product manager.

"In a recent WebCast, Tayler demo'd some of the features in the upcoming GroupWise 6.5, while also delivering a general roadmap of what to expect in future releases, including products currently codenamed Aspen and Sequoia.

"Formerly codenamed Hawthorne, GroupWise 6.5 is now in public beta, with shipment slated for February of 2003. On the administrative side, key enhancements will include access to message queues, as well as first-time support for 'trusted applications...'"

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