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 Microsoft Strips Brand From BackOffice (2 Jun 2000; Techweb)
 Outlook Patch Poses Compatibility Risk (2 Jun 2000; Techweb)
 Novell beefs up Internet mail (29 May 2000; Network World)
 Microsoft 'Love Bug' patch delayed (25 May 2000; vnunet.com )
 E-mails and instant messages go multilingual (24 May 2000; InfoWorld)
 Telares Launches Video Mail (24 May 2000; InternetNews.com)
 Outlook security patch can be 'burdensome,' Gartner warns (19 May 2000; Computerworld)
 Qualcomm developing Eudora email bug patch (17 May 2000; News.com)
 Novell unveils XML portal offering for GroupWise (17 May 2000; Computerworld)
 Microsoft Adds New Security Features To Outlook (15 May 2000; Techweb)
 Microsoft Patches Hotmail Security Hole (10 May 2000; InternetNews.com)
 10 Things to Do When the Office E-Mail Goes Down (9 May 2000; Computer Currents)
 Microsoft slammed for email security holes (4 May 2000; News.com)
 Lotus To Offer Domino-Microsoft Links (28 Apr 2000; Techweb)
 Glitches bedevil Hotmail, Eudora (27 Apr 2000; News.com)
 Linux And Application Service Providers Now Supported By Version 2.0 Of Mindbridge's IntraSmart Software (25 Apr 2000; Internet Wire)
 Lotus rolling out mobile Notes access (21 Apr 2000; ZDNet)
 Patch Offered For Lotus Notes (17 Apr 2000; Information Week)
 Zxmail.com Introduces VIM, a criteria based email notification to wireless devices (14 Apr 2000; Software Wire)
 StarBase Introduces StarTeam 5.0 Sun Solaris Edition (31 Mar 2000; Company Press Release)
 White House E-mail Debacle Widens (29 Mar 2000; Computer Currents)
 E-Mail Access Via Spoken Word (23 Mar 2000; Computer Currents)
 Danere Announces Availability of Timesaving New E-mail Software for Windows 9x/NT/2000 (14 Mar 2000; Software Wire)
 MicroData Group, Inc. Announces Release Of CAMEO E-Mail Monitoring Software (9 Mar 2000; Internet Wire)
 Notes posts strong growth, beats Exchange (8 Mar 2000; InfoWorld)
 Novell takes aim at GroupWise (25 Feb 2000; InfoWorld)
 ExecWare Releases Update of I-TRAC Management Software (23 Feb 2000; Software Wire)
 @nyMail v1.0 Released - Automatically Checks Web-based Email  (11 Feb 2000; SoftwareWire)
 Joydesk 2.1 Available for the Cobalt QubeTM And Cobalt RaQTM Server Appliances (11 Feb 2000; PR Newswire)
 TurnSafe Technologies, Inc. announces the release of SafeWrite, a revolutionary email security product (7 Feb 2000; Internet Wire)
 1on1Mail.com Launches New Version Of E-mail Encryption Software For Free Download (3 Feb 2000; Internet Wire)
 Sendmail To Upgrade Software (3 Feb 2000; Techweb)
 inKline Global, Inc. Announces Visual Day PlannerTM 7.0  (27 Jan 2000; Company Press Release)
 Lotus to pull plug on cc:Mail (24 Jan 2000; Computerworld)
 PC Guardian Releases Powerful New Email Encryption Software (19 Jan 2000; Internet Wire)
 Lotus details knowledge management product (18 Jan 2000; Computerworld)
 Viasec, Elron team up on e-mail monitoring and security  (5 Jan 2000; InfoWorld)
 Microsoft takes stake in messaging services provider (30 Dec 1999; News.com)
 Exchange 2000 won't ship with Win 2K (23 Dec 1999; Computerworld)
 Lotus Ready To Let Raven Fly (16 Dec 1999; Techweb)
 Security firm finds flaw in Netscape email (15 Dec 1999; News.com)
 Net2Phone services to be offered on Eudora software (13 Dec 1999; News.com)
 Domino For Linux Goes Gold (3 Dec 1999; ZDNet)
 N.Y. Times fires workers for 'inappropriate' e-mail (2 Dec 1999; Computerworld)
 PC Guardian Introduces One-Step Email Encryption Plug-in For Microsoft Outlook & Lotus Notes (23 Nov 1999; Internet Wire)
 Hotmail criticized over spam filter woes (19 Nov 1999; News.com)
 Microsoft warns Notes users to delay downloading Win NT Service Pack 6 (16 Nov 1999; Computerworld)
 Hotmail uses Realtime Blackhole List to fight spam (9 Nov 1999; News.com)
 1 In 1,000 E-mails Has Virus (9 Nov 1999; Computer Currents)
 GFI Announces Mail Essentials For Exchange 3.0 (8 Nov 1999; Internet Wire)
 Novell updates GroupWise (3 Nov 1999; Computerworld)
  Email on Line 2 (28 Oct 1999; News.com)
 Lotus outlines unified messaging, wireless plans (27 Oct 1999; Computerworld)
 Lotus chief outlines 'Raven' (27 Oct 1999; Computerworld)
 Disappearing Inc. helps e-mail fade from sight (25 Oct 1999; Infoworld)
 Lotus Fulfills Promise Of Linux (22 Oct 1999; Techweb)
 More managers monitor e-mail (19 Oct 1999; Computerworld)
 Spam hits the fan (19 Oct 1999; News.com)
 Microsoft workflow strategy puzzles vendors (18 Oct 1999; Computerworld)
 Mirapoint Gives Users Control Over E-mail (18 Oct 1999; Techweb)
 A look at Lotus Domino 5.0 port to Linux (12 Oct 1999; InfoWorld)
 Domino R5 to support XML, COM (7 Oct 1999; Computerworld)
 Melissa-like virus reemerges in Outlook (4 Oct 1999; News.com)
 Lotus Gets Behind Linux (25 Sep 1999; CMP Tech)
 It's easier than ever to spy on workers (24 Sep 1999; Computerworld)
 Lotus to integrate Microsoft media technologies (17 Sep 1999; Computerworld)
 Microsoft will let outside firm test security of Hotmail (10 Sep 1999; Infoworld)
 Hotmail exploit may change views on security (1 Sep 1999; Computerworld)
 First Union fires seven employees for e-mail misuse (27 Aug 1999; Techserver)
 Lotus to extend mobile Domino (27 Aug 1999; Computerworld)
 Lotus preps for Notes, Domino overhaul (26 Aug 1999; Computerworld)
 Highware Ships Safemail(r) For The Macintosh (17 Aug 1999; Internet Wire)
 E-mail most common virus carrier (4 Aug 1999; Computerworld)
 HP's OpenMail goes Linux (4 Aug 1999; Computerworld)
 Lotus buys Macromedia software (30 Jul 1999; Computerworld)
 Lotus ships Domino R5 for IBM's S/390 (21 Jul 1999; Computerworld)
 RocketTalk Announces Release And Deployment Of Vocibus(tm), Scaleable High-Performance Architecture For Global Messaging (21 Jul 1999; Internet Wire)
 The Austrian Parliament unanimously voted to outlaw the sending of 'junk' e-mail without a user's consent. (19 Jul 1999; Computerworld)
 Conference-call products link to Notes (19 Jul 1999; Computerworld)
 Valuable tool or distraction? (14 Jul 1999; Computerworld)
 Domino goes mobile at Lotus DevCon (23 Jun 1999; Computerworld)
 Lycos to be available in Notes (22 Jun 1999; Computerworld)
 Brace for more customer e-mail (10 Jun 1999; Computerworld)
 J.A. Korsmeyer Inc. Announces The Release Of POP3 Gateway Extensible Messaging Platform v3.0 (7 Jun 1999; InternetWire)

 

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