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Technical Resources

This is the page for Groupware and related topics, such as Workflow and Collaborative Software. In addition Email, Email Management and Electronic Messaging are dealt with through these pages, providing links to information resources for products such as Lotus Domino ( Lotus Notes ) and Microsoft Exchange.

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Electronic Messaging
 EMA's Messaging Magazine
  Messaging Magazine addresses a broad range of subjects concerning messaging, electronic commerce, privacy, security, Internet, directories, public policy, messaging management, the future of messaging, information on EMA events, and similar issues.
 Messaging related Resources (Wingra)
  Standards, security and general information
 Anything you E-mail can and will be used against you (Computerworld)
  Links on E-mail, litigation and corporate policy
 The Coalition Against Unsolicited Commercial Email
  CAUCE, The Coalition Against Unsolicited Commercial Email, is an ad hoc, all volunteer organization, created by Netizens to advocate for a legislative solution to the problem of UCE (a/k/a "spam"). CAUCE Welcomes our New Affiliates to the Fight Against Spam!
 Company Email Policy (Cyberspace Law Institute)
  Every company needs to establish a policy regarding use of and access to company email systems -- and then tell all employees what it's policy is. This set of materials is designed to help in the formulation of such policies.
 Email - recent news
 Eudora Resources (Andrew Starr)
 Everything E-Mail ® (Internet Mail Services Network, Inc.)
   Teaching readers that e-mail is much more than just sending a message - Info on E-mail Addresses, E-Mail Software, E-mail Services, and more!
 exim Internet Mailer
  Exim is a message transfer agent (MTA) developed at the University of Cambridge for use on Unix systems connected to the Internet. It is freely available under the terms of the GNU General Public Licence. In style it is similar to Smail 3, but its facilities are more extensive, and in particular it has some defences against mail bombs and unsolicited junk mail in the form of options for refusing messages from particular hosts, networks, or senders. It can be installed in place of sendmail, although the configuration of exim is quite different to that of sendmail.
 Fight Spam on the Internet!
  "You have probably seen an increase in the amount of "junk mail" which shows up in your email box, or on your favorite newsgroup. The activities of a small number of people are becoming a bigger problem for the Internet. We have been actively engaged in fighting spam for years. Our aim with is to provide the best collection of anti-spam links and resources to be found anywhere on the Internet."
 Help with E-mail and Mailing Lists for new Internet E-mail Users (Chet Meek)
  This page was developed to provided informal guidance for new users of Internet E-mail at the City of Grande Prairie, Alberta, Canada, but also provides links to pages which give general guidance, history, conventions, and some concepts and provisos you may not have thought about concerning e-mail.
 Internet Mail Consortium
  The Internet Mail Consortium is the only international organization focused on cooperatively managing and promoting the rapidly-expanding world of electronic mail on the Internet. The goals of the IMC include greatly expanding the role of mail on the Internet into areas such as commerce and entertainment, advancing new Internet mail technologies, and making it easier for all Internet users, particularly novices, to get the most out of this growing communications medium.
 Lotus Notes
  Lotus Notes is state-of-the-art e-mail, calendaring, group scheduling, Web access and information management -- all integrated in an easy-to-use and customizable environment.
 Microsoft Exchange Server
  This web site is maintained by the Sendmail Consortium to be a resource for the freeware version of sendmailTM.
 Terms and definitions - Electronic Mail (PC Webopedia)
  See this page for definition of these terms: ACAP, Aloha, attachment, BCC, bozo filter, e-mail, e-mail address, e-mail client, emoticon, Eudora, flame, ICQ, IMAP, instant messaging, LISTSERV, mail merge, mailbox, mailing list, mailing list server, Majordomo, MAPI, MIME, multicast, POP, S/MIME, SMTP, snailmail, spam, TNEF, Uuencode, voice mail
  BSCW (Basic Support for Cooperative Work) enables collaboration over the Web. BSCW is a 'shared workspace' system which supports document upload, event notification, group management and much more
 The BSCW (Basic Support for Cooperative Work) Shared Workspace System, (CSCW Research Department of GMD´s FIT institute)
  The goal of the project is the development and enhancement of the BSCW Shared Workspace System which provides facilities for collaboration over the Internet and the WWW in particular. A primary goal of the project is to achieve cross-platform interoperability (at least across various Microsoft Windows versions, Macintosh OS and various Unix flavors) to enable cross-platform and cross-organisational cooperation, e.g., in dispersed research projects.
 Collaborative Computing Links (Creative Networks)
 Comp Groupware FAQ
 Compinfo Directory: Intranets
 CSCW (Computer Supported Collaborative Working) Directory (Team IT)
  Team IT is the forum for Computer Supported Collaborative Working (CSCW) and groupware, and is the new name for the UK Computer Supported Cooperative Work SIG (Special Interest Group). Team IT brings together specialists, users and researchers to promote the effective use of IT and telecommunications in support of group and team working. Team IT is a not-for-profit organisation working in the interests of its members and the British business community.
 CSCW Bibliography (Technische Universität München)
 Groupware Central
  Groupware Central is the electronic successor of Groupware Report and is a part of ISWorld. Our goal is to provide information of interest to researchers, developers and users of groupware.
 Index of CSCW and Groupware Resources (Usability First)
  Groupware is any type of software designed for groups and for communication. This section provides a general overview of groupware and computer-supported cooperative work (CSCW), and associated design and usability issues.
 Links to CSCW related pages (Technische Universität München, Germany)
  Key issues of CSCW (computer-supported cooperative work) are group awareness, multi-user interfaces, concurrency control, communication and coordination within the group, shared information space and the support of a heterogenous, open environment which integrates existing single-user applications. CSCW systems are often categorized according to the time/location matrix using the distinction between same time (synchronous) and different times (asynchronous), and between same place (face-to-face) and different places (distributed).
 Product Data Management Information Center
  The Challenge for Product Data Management is to maximize the time-to-market benefits of concurrent engineering while maintaining control of your data and distributing it automatically to the people who need it - when they need it. The way PDM systems cope with this challenge is that master data is held only once in a secure 'vault' where its integrity can be assured and all changes to it monitored, controlled and recorded. Duplicate reference copies of the master data, on the other hand, can be distributed freely, to users in various departments for design, analysis and approval. The new data is then released back into the vault. When a 'change' is made to data, what actually happens is that a modified copy of the data, signed and dated, is stored in the vault alongside the old data which remains in its original form as permanent record.
 Terms and definitions - Groupware (PC Webopedia)
  See this page for definition of these terms: application sharing, enterprise, groupware, Lotus Notes, teamware, teleconference, whiteboard, workflow, workgroup computing, workgroup productivity package
 The unOfficial Yellow Pages of CSCW (Michael Koch)
 vCard: The Electronic Business Card - White Paper (Internet Mail Consortium)
  Personal Data Interchange (PDI) occurs every time two or more individuals communicate, in either a business or personal context, face-to-face, or across space and time. Such interchanges frequently include the exchange of informal information, such as business cards, telephone numbers, addresses, dates and times of appointments, etc. Augmenting PDI with electronics and telecommunications can help ensure that information is quickly and accurately communicated, stored, organized and easily located when needed.
 WARIA Groupware / BPR Vendors and Consultants (The Workflow And Reengineering International Association)
Lotus Domino
 The Domino effect: Lotus Domino resources (Computerworld)
 DOMINO NEWS & TIPS (DVGM & Associate)
  Shareware, Lotus Notes Add-On Products, Training & Product Marketing
 IBM Lotus Redbooks Collection (IBM)
  Manuals and guides to help in implementing Lotus Domino, managing Domino environments and developing applications
 Lotus - recent news
  "We created this site to provide a technical complement to the Lotus Web site. We are the developers of Notes and Domino and we wanted to produce a site that would provide you with early looks at the product through both trial downloads and demonstrations on the site itself (we are 100% pure Domino), establish a community through the discussion forums where you can talk with each other as well as to us, and deliver compelling content through our monthly webzine where you can read in-depth technical articles and meet the product developers in the Iris Interviews"
  "Our mission is to provide you the easiest way to find Lotus Notes & Domino resources on web."
 Search Domino
  "Search the Web's largest collection of Lotus Domino sites" The Lotus Domino-Specific Search Engine
Lotus Notes
 DGA's link page to Lotus Notes and cc:Mail resources
 The European Lotus Notes Homepage (Jorn Bijnsdorp.)
 Lotus Notes / Domino Portal (Marc Croteau')
 Lotus Notes Newsgroup
 Lotus Notes Tips, Tricks, Self Tests, Links (Siva Ramanathan)
  "This site is dedicated to the Lotus Notes community. The goal of this site is to act as a rich source of information on Lotus Notes® and Domino® This site is for anyone interested in Notes - you maybe a novice Notes user, a developer or an administrator or even a Notes network architect"
 Notesnet.Com (iCueLab LLC.)
  "The idea is to create a directory of Lotus Notes and Lotus Domino related information, provide professionals working in this arena with source of technical and business information, offer a means to communicate with each other, assist somewhat scattered Noted/Domino related websites in attracting traffic."
Microsoft Exchange
 Exchange Resource Center (Amrein Engineering)
  "The goal of this page is to collect a complete list of all available resources for Microsoft Exchange."
 Microsoft Exchange Server (Microsoft)
 Microsoft Exchange Software FAQs
 Compinfo Directory: Document Management
 Enterprise Integration Laboratory (University of Toronto)
  The Enterprise Integration Laboratory (EIL) research will enable businesses to develop, manufacture, sell, deliver and support products and services with unprecedented speed, flexibility, quality and economy. This is achieved through the application of business practices and technologies that create a business infrastructure enabling the dissemination of information, coordination of decisions, and management of actions to and among people and systems within the organization and outside of it. EIL research explores the creation of Enterprise Integration concepts in a bi-directional manner, in that it is simultaneously theory and application driven; an underlying philosophy to this research is that solving real problems leads to breakthrough research.
 Fraunhofer ISST- Workflow, Workflow-Management and Groupware
 Knowledge Management & Workflow (Thierry Nabeth, CALT, INSEAD)
  Knowledge Management, Organizational Learning, Business Modeling, Workflow, Processes, etc.
 WARIA's List of Interesting Sites in Workflow and BPR
 Workflow Management Coalition
  The WfMC has over 225 member organisations worldwide, representing all facets of workflow, from vendors to users, from academics to consultants
 Workflow Management Web Resources (Erlangen University Department of Database Systems )
  Includes Worklow projects and products from both universities andf commercial organizations
 Workflow pointers on the Internet (Dragos Manolescu)
  This page covers projects, research, organizations and articles connected to Workflow
 Workflow software
  A comprehensive resource listing of workflow software, research and links. Formerly Workflow Related Internet Resources
 WoW! - Workflow on the Web (Concordium)
  Workflow is about defining and executing a series of tasks in the course of executing a business process. Workflow products are typically client-server software products which ensure that the work is performed within defined timescales. An increasingly important way of deploying workflow systems is via a Web interface which allows participation of remote staff, or of customers.


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