Server app has Web calendar

Server app has Web calendar

A new version of an e-mail server application comes with a Web calendar and Secure Sockets Layer authentication.

The calendar function in IMail Server 7.0, from Ipswitch Inc. of Lexington, Mass., lets users share schedules, send meeting invitations and prioritize to-do lists. The schedules, lists and invitations are accessible from any browser, product marketing manager John Korsak said.

System administrators can choose how to implement the SSL security, Korsak said.

IMail Server also can suspend a user's account after a preset number of log-in failures. With the upgrade's real-time usage statistics, administrators can keep track of inbound and outbound mail volume, Korsak said.

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IMail Server can forward high-priority messages to an alphanumeric pager, but 'it's just not practical to receive every e-mail on a small device,' Korsak said.

The software for Microsoft Windows NT and Windows 2000 comes with customization templates to so that an organization's pages will match, Korsak said.

IMail Server 7.0 lists for $995 for up to 250 users, $1,695 for up to 1,000 users and $2,495 for any number of users. Annual service agreements with call-center support and free software upgrades cost $345 to $745.

Contact Ipswitch at 781-676-5700.

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