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October 31, 1999

Sun-Netscape Alliance Unveils iPlanet Calendar Server

By CBR Staff Writer

The Sun-Netscape Alliance has packaged up its industrial-strength calendar application and is offering it for sale to service providers and the enterprise market. IPlanet Calendar Server lets webmasters deliver event-feeds to users’ own calendars. Those in turn can be accessed from any browser. The server back-end is designed to make it simpler for employees, partners and customers to co-ordinate group projects. The partners boast that the software sports carrier-grade scalability and performance, besides supporting SMTP, HTTP, LDAP and XML, which should make it easier to integrate with existing systems. IPlanet Calendar Server works with Netscape Communicator 4.x and with Internet Explorer 4.x and 5.x. Designers can customize the user interface with Javascript – an attractive feature for portals who might want to use the software to increase customer loyalty and stickiness. The system calls for SPARC Solaris 2.6 or 2.7, HP- UX 11.0 or Microsoft Windows NT 4.0. Pricing starts at $7 per user.

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