This month's roundup of Domino-related product news highlights tools for data searching and monitoring, mobile management, e-publishing and server-based faxing.
Desktop, e-mail search options enhanced
X1 Technologies Inc. has combined its desktop search and content connection interfaces in its latest software release, X1 Enterprise Edition. The program supports desktop-based, browser-based or mobile clients on Notes/Domino as well as other platforms. X1 Enterprise lets users call up data from shared file folders and e-mail messages as well as their own desktops, and users can edit data regardless of where it's been saved.
Meanwhile, Fetch PURSUIT 2.5, an e-mail database search tool, is now available from e-mail management firm metaLogic Inc. The update now allows users beyond the administrative team to search e-mail, journals, archives and custom-built Notes databases. In addition, the search capability has been extended to the full text of a document, and duplicate messages can be removed from search results.
Store, search messages with MailMeter
With MailMeter Archive 3.0, the latest offering from Waterford Technologies Inc., administrators can store and search e-mails and attachments in an encrypted, indexed archive. The company says customers using MailMeter Archive have made startling discoveries about employee e-mail use, such as adult newsletter subscriptions, side businesses and confidential product specifications sent to competitors. The software also generates reports on e-mail usage.
GSX updates Domino, Web monitoring tool
GSX Groupware Solutions has announced Version 8.0 of GSX Monitor, its monitoring tool for Domino, BlackBerry, Sametime and Web pages. The product can be installed in 30 minutes without any code on servers.
Version 8.0 includes a new dedicated BlackBerry server entry type for more control over BlackBerry Enterprise Servers, including monitoring of the SRP connection and message queue. The new version, which will be available in August, also includes additional graphs, a new database monitoring module, a plug-in for HP OpenView, faster Domino server scanning, and numerous other enhancements.
CommonTime offers mobile management help
Mobile application developer CommonTime Ltd. has released mControl 4.0, the latest version of its wireless management software for Notes. The program offers administrators centralized deployment and maintenance of security and applications on wireless devices. mControl also features anti-virus and content management connectors, device monitoring and lost/stolen device security.
E-publisher adds bounce-back recognition
Gallatin Technologies Inc. has added several applications to kNEWS Professional, its e-mail, RSS feed and Web publishing software for Domino users. Along with simpler administration and added configuration options, version 4.0 includes the Mail Bounce Assistant, an application that automatically removes e-newsletter subscribers with invalid e-mail addresses.
WebSphere support now part of ExtraFax
Extracomm Inc. has updated ExtraFax, its server-based fax software. Enhancements to version 6.5 include the ability to send and receive faxes in WebSphere applications, document search and archiving capabilities and fax API support for LotusScript, Java and Visual Basic. The new release also addresses some problems from the previous release, including running in high memory utilization and creating incorrect Server Configuration document when running in working mode.