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August 23, 1996


By CBR Staff Writer

San Diego, California-based Qualcomm Inc has selected Inc to provide it with the technology it needs to develop a family of electronic messaging server products. Under the terms of the duo’s partnership and technology licensing agreement, Qualcomm will take’s Post.Office technology as the basis for the new server product, which will be integrated with Qualcomm’s Eudora messaging system. Post.Office already runs under Windows NT and on all major Unix systems, and Qualcomm plans to bring its forthcoming server product to all of these. Standards supported by Post.Office include the Simple Message Transfer Protocol, Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions, and POP3. The first products resulting from the agreement are expected to ship next quarter, and the company says it will release specific product features and pricing nearer the time.

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