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October 20, 2010

IceWarp releases Server 10.2

Supports full time zone and Microsoft Outlook 2010

By CBR Staff Writer

IceWarp has released Server 10.2, the version 10 of its product line, which includes support for Microsoft Outlook 2010

IceWarp said that the improvements on every front of its new server allow companies to work better, faster and smarter, and stay connected anytime and anywhere.

The features of the new version include: utilities for Windows; full time zone support; email delivery reports; and GTD principal support (tasks as events synchronisation).

In addition, the new server also offers Desktop Client 10.2 which supports localised email and GroupWare default folders through XLIST command; and improved WebDAV, iPhone and iPad support.

IceWarp VP of Support Operations Christopher Knott said, every type and size of organisation needs better tools and immediate access to their communication and data, and the right technology is key to achieve this and its Server 10.2 fills that need like no other product.

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