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July 14, 1987

NOVELL SAYS NETWARE USERS NOW HAVE FACILITY TO TRANSFER MESSAGES AND DOCUMENTS TO DISSIMILAR ELECTRONIC MAIL SYSTEMS

By CBR Staff Writer

Novell Inc, Provo, Utah, says that Netware local area network users can now transfer messages and documents to a variety of dissimilar electronic mail systems including IBM’s Profs and DisOSS, DEC’s All-In-1 and VMSmail, Wang’s Office and Mailway, MCI’s Mail and others: access is provided via The Coordinator’s electronic mail software through a MAILbridge Server/The Coordinator gateway jointly developed by Soft-Switch Inc, Wayne, Pennsylvania, Action Technologies, Emeryville, California developer of The Coordinator, and Novell itself; the gateway costs $3,000 from Soft-Switch.

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