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January 14, 1997updated 05 Sep 2016 1:06pm


By CBR Staff Writer

Artisoft Inc is shipping the first products in its promised new series of Internet solutions targeted at small and growing businesses (CI No 3,067). XtraMail is a 32-bit client and server product for sending and receiving electronic-mail over a local area network or for passing electronic mail to and from the Internet all in one system. It runs on Windows 95 or NT servers and Microsoft Corp, Novell Inc and Artisoft networks running TCP/IP. The package operates with Internet protocol standards such as SMTP, POP3 and DNS, allowing it to work with browsers and electronic mail client software, such as Qualcomm’s Eudora Light software which is included in XtraMail. XtraMail is also suitable for wide area network applications when extending an internal electronic mail system to branch offices and to outside businesses on the Internet. It is priced at $300 in the Windows 95 version and $450 in the Windows NT version. Also launched was iShare v2.0 Internet or intranet access software, which enables everyone on a Microsoft or Artisoft network to share Internet resources through a single secure connection. It has a price tag of $250.

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