Quick Takes: ZixMail available for Lotus Notes

Beth Quimby, News Editor

ZixMail available for Lotus Notes

ZixIt Corp., an Internet security provider, Dallas, Texas, has made its ZixMail plug-in application available for Lotus Notes. The plug-in enables Lotus Notes users to send secure and authenticated Internet messages directly from their regular Notes client software to any e-mail address in the world, whether or not the recipient is a ZixMail user. It supports Lotus Notes R4.5, R4.6 and R5 and costs $24 a year per e-mail address.

Iemagine adds CRM applications

Iemagine, Chicago, Ill., has added four new customer relationship management applications in its iemprove Webware Suite. It is available in 15 languages. Iemprove is developed for the Lotus Hosting Management System and IBM eServer iSeries platform. The applications include iemprove Support, iemprove Service Calls, iemprove Contact Management and iemprove Private Surveys.

Zisman joins Internet Capital Group board


Internet Capital Group, Wayne, Pa., a business-to-business e-commerce company, has appointed Michael D. Zisman, vice president of emerging business development at IBM, to its board of directors. Zisman Zisman founded Soft-Switch in 1979, a supplier of products for integrating multi-vendor e-mail systems into an enterprise mail backbone. After Lotus bought Soft-Switch in 1994, Zisman went on to hold numerous management positions at Lotus, including chief executive officer. Zisman has held a number of executive positions at IBM since it bought Lotus in 1995.

United Messaging joins iPlanet program

United Messaging, West Chester, Pa., a messaging service provider, has joined the iPlanet Service Provider Partner Program offered by iPlanet E-Commerce Solutions, a Sun-Netscape Alliance. The company said the move will allow it to ramp up its Internet-based e-mail offerings to clients. Within the iPlanet SP Partner Program, United Messaging receives technical support and co-marketing opportunities.

BroadCloud e-mail accelerator available

BroadCloud Communications Inc., a provider of solutions for wireless data connections, has made its all new SURE exchange e-mail accelerator available. SURE exchange provides businesses with wireless management of e-mail via Microsoft Exchange and Microsoft Outlook. The company said SURE exchange makes wireless e-mail connections up to five times more reliable, 15 times faster and more secure while utilizing 75% less bandwidth.

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