Ivesco ships mail merge printing tool for Domino
Ivesco in New York is now shipping Print Merge Express 4.0 for Lotus Domino, its mail merge printing tool. The company says it can be used to merge more than 100,000 labels, envelopes and form letters with a single click. A Domino database serves as the user interface and central repository that allows users to generate mailing labels, form letters and envelopes for any database residing on a Lotus Domino server. The requests can be integrated with any existing application.
Print Merge Express 4.0 supports Lotus Domino R4/R5.
Hypersoft ships e-mail analysis tool for Notes
Germany-headquartered Hypersoft Information Systems has made available OmniAnalyser 7.0 for professional analysis of corporate e-mail, including visualization of traffic trends and monitoring of mail servers and repositories. OmniAnalyser delivers all its information to the customer in Web reports, which are available in any Internet browser with no additional client software required. The product has a distributed architecture that lets users collect all necessary data from multiple servers and sites over the existing e-mail traffic with no impact on the network load.
A new feature in OmniAnalyser 7.0 allows users to visualize the entire company?s mail network, see how resources are used and identify problem servers, SLA incompliance and system configuration faults. The software supports Lotus Notes 5.0.
Group Software adds image scanning to keep Notes free of objectionable content
Group Software in Milford, Mass., is arming its securiQ Suite for content security software with image scanning capabilities. The new module scans image files in e-mail and e-mail attachments to block pornography and other objectionable content. The software works with more than 20 image file types, including GIF, JPEG and TIFF files. Images that exceed a user-customizable threshold for pornography are blocked and then quarantined or deleted.
The software works with Domino and Exchange-based e-mail systems.
Interliant to host Domino-based collaboration tools for MIT
Purchase, N.Y.-based application service provider Interliant will supply the Cambridge, Mass.-based Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) with a business plan competition management solution built and hosted on a Domino platform. The tool is designed to help MIT students who manage the school's annual $50K Enterpreneurship Competition manage the process. Interliant's collaborative solution will let competition participants like judges, entrants, mentors and alumni submit and judge the entries and collaborate on ongoing projects. Interliant will host the applications and deliver them via the Internet.
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