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Quick Takes: Ecora releases pair of Domino networking apps

In this edition of Quick Takes, Ecora Software releases two new networking applications for Domino, Interliant unveils a new Domino monitoring service and iEnterprises releases a new Notes CRM tool.

Ecora releases pair of Domino networking apps

Portsmouth N.H.-based Ecora Software has released Configuration Reporter 2.0 and Configuration Auditor 2.0 for the Lotus Domino environment.

Configuration Reporter discovers and documents Lotus servers and workstations on a network, generating configuration reports in plain English. Configuration Auditor adds change-tracking features and makes network mergers and application upgrades more efficient. The agent-free products install quickly and run from a single workstation.

In the event of a disaster, when Lotus Notes directories and reconfiguration data are not accessible, Configuration Auditor enables administrators to go back to any point in time and see just how a system was configured, and does so more quickly than restoring from backup tapes.

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Interliant unveils remote Domino monitoring

Interliant, Inc, a Purchase, N.Y.-based application service provider and Lotus Premier Partner, has announced the launch of its INIT Remote Monitoring for Domino service. The new service provides customers with continuous monitoring of Domino servers in their infrastructure and automatically addresses common Domino problems.

The service is designed to supplement in-house resources. It enables customers to manage their own server environment while Interliant monitors the servers remotely, from its Enterprise Control Center, for outages and mail routing issues. Leveraging Candle Corp.'s IntelliWatch monitoring software, Interliant watches for abnormal or unusual events on its customers' servers and, if a problem arises, the software sends alerts to the monitoring staff.

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ZipMail takes on Lotus iNotes

MK Net.Work USA, based in Newton, Mass., has released ZipMail for Lotus iNotes Web Access.

The new version of ZipMail enables iNotes user to compress their attached files into .ZIP files or Self-extracting ZipMail files. ZipMail for iNotes Web Access also supports previous versions of Notes Web Access.

ZipMail for Lotus Notes/iNotes enables a Lotus Notes-based organization to cut its e-mail traffic by 50%, to defer investments in bandwidth and storage and to reduce its Lotus Notes total cost of ownership. Evaluation copies are available now.

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iEnterprises releases new Notes CRM tool

Berkeley Heights, N.J.-based iEnterprises Inc. has released its newest flagship product, iExtensions for Lotus Notes.

Through integration with Notes, iExtensions enhances Notes' existing rudimentary contact management functionality without sacrificing ease of use. Using iExtensions, data is accessed through a centrally located, tab-driven main view.

All daily activities, such as calendar entries, correspondence, task lists, and sales forecasting are viewed on one screen and linked to every contact. In addition, one can automate the planning and tracking of corporate events by computerizing tasks including invitation sending and attendance list maintenance. iExtensions for Notes provides over 500 user-defined fields to allow customized business processes.

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