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May 5, 1994


By CBR Staff Writer

Banyan Systems Inc, Westborough, Massachusetts has introduced Intelligent Messaging III, the next generation of its client-sever enterprise messaging service. According to the company, the new release contains enhanced support for multiple mail-based and mail enabled applications, such as document sharing, workflow, electronic forms and scheduling using a common mailbox. Banyan is highlighting the use of its object/attribute model, first seen in the company’s StreetTalk III Directory service, in the offering: Intelligent Messaging III’s message database apparently enables applications to define their own attributes, such as fields in telephone slips or expense report forms, and their own mailbox ‘views’. These message attributes are being used as the basis of X400 and SMTP/MIME integration by third parties such as Zoomit and Incognito, says the company. Intelligent Messaging III is also said to contain several management enhancements including system-generated alerts for significant events such as low disk space, communications failures or performance issues. Additionally, it is said to enable support personnel to query and monitor Intelligent Messaging, and to receive and process alerts on SNMP-based network management stations. Intelligent Messaging III will be available to Vines and Enterprise Network Services for NetWare customers from mid-June, priced at $1,500 per server.

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