"Hewlett-Packard has signed an agreement to sell Sendmail's
e-mail software, the latest move by the longtime Microsoft ally to
also woo open-source players.
"Under the agreement, announced Thursday, the computer maker may
sell some of Sendmail's products, chiefly aimed at combating spam,
with its ProLiant servers. The deal grew out of a narrower
relationship, a joint marketing pact begun in 2001, said Greg
Olson, executive vice president of business development for
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