Captaris lets loose CallXpress for Domino
Captaris, a Bellevue, Wash.-based business information delivery solutions provider, released Captaris CallXpress for IBM Lotus Domino Unified Communications Services 1.2, a tool that supports IBM Lotus Notes and Domino 6. It enables customers to access and manage voicemail, fax and e-mail messages via their desktop, telephone, cell phone and Internet. The messages can be accessed in a single file and shared among project members.
Sybari extends Antigen to Domino
San Jose, Calif.-based Sybari Software is coming out with a Domino version of its antivirus, content-filtering and e-mail security software, Antigen. It includes a new Antigen policy manager for central configuration management, worm purge, multiple SCAN.BOX support and an integrated scheduler for scan engine updates and database scanning.
Ecora reveals Active Directory module for Enterprise Auditor 3.0 suite
Ecora, a Portsmouth, N.H.-based configuration management toolmaker, announced an Active Directory (AD) module for its Enterprise Auditor 3.0 suite. Users can now automatically collect AD configuration data across the enterprise to run reports, track changes, provide a more secure environment and create up-to-date disaster recovery documentation. Among the reports possible with the AD module are: group policy, group policy links, permission changes, domain controllers and NTDS (AD database). Enterprise Auditor 3.0 pairs with the company's Patch Manager to make up its Total Configuration Management solution suite. The module starts at $9 per user for up to 500 users.
IntelliReach releases e-mail compliance software, partners with Percussion
Dedham, Mass.-based IntelliReach Corp., a provider of integrated compliance, security and management software for corporate messaging environments, released its E-mail Compliance Suite for Financial Services. The suite integrates e-mail monitoring with its archiving product, MessageArchive, which combines message encryption, digital signature and a full audit trail of the messages.
IntelliReach also announced a partnership with Percussion Software, a maker of add-on tools for Lotus Domino. Percussion will provide IntelliReach and its Lotus client base a Web seminar series on Domino and Notes management, as well as discounts on IntelliReach e-mail management solutions for Domino and Notes.
Deerfield upgrades customer e-mail tracking software
Gaylord, Mich.-based Deerfield.com has released VisNetic MailFlow Version 2.0 to help small and midsized businesses manage inbound customer e-mail. The software features ticket lifecycle tracking, new per-agent and global custom dictionaries and revamped reporting capabilities. It now offers more than 20 pre-defined reports for added business intelligence and extends search capabilities to support message body as well as ticket notes and numbers. Pricing ranges from $195 for a three-user license to $3,500 for an unlimited number of seats.
GroupApps helps help desks with Notes-based app
GroupApps in Croton-on-Hudson, N.Y., is out with Dispatch R6, a native-Notes help desk management tool. The new version adds Web-based trouble ticket management, as well as improved asset management and problem reporting. These features complement the Dispatch suite of applications that includes trouble ticket, archive, knowledgebase, inventory, monitor and reporting modules. Prices start at $3,995 per server, including source code and 60 days of support.
Cool Stuff issues ND6 migration tool
Dallas-headquartered Cool Stuff for Lotus Notes has released a new version of its upgrade planning tool, Migration Pro for 6. It features a new section that lets Domino administrators import their database catalog. They can also see detailed upgrade procedures for common Notes and Domino applications from a reference of more than 60 standard design templates. For custom applications, the new version of Migration Pro for 6 contains numerous filters for testing existing R4 or R5 applications for known incompatibilities when running Notes/Domino 6. Migration Pro for 6 is available for download and costs $995 per site.
Arkeia comes out with backup plug-in for latest Domino release
Arkeia, the Carlsbad, Calif.-based enterprise backup software vendor, has made available a hot backup plug-in for ND6. In addition to the Arkeia plug-in for Lotus 6, the company's version 5.1 supports previous Domino releases. The plug-ins support the Linux, AIX, Solaris and Windows platforms. Prices start at $990 for Linux and Windows systems and $1,990 for Unix.
CertFX preps students for Domino app dev exams
CertFX LLC in Columbus, Ohio, has released two practice tests for Notes professionals interested in the Principal Certified Lotus Professional Application Development track. Exams 190-516 Using Java in Domino R5 Applications and 190-517 Maintaining Data Access with LEI are elective exams that can be taken separately to achieve the Certified Lotus Specialist title or taken in conjunction with a CLP certification to achieve PCLP level certification. Both practice tests contain more than 70 questions related to the real Lotus certification exam. All CertFX tests include unlimited use, lifetime maintenance and free upgrades.
AXS-One adds to e-mail and IM management tool
Rutherford, N.J.-based AXS-One Inc. has added features to the AXS-One compliance Portal, a one-source tool for the surveillance, storage and management of both internal and external corporate communications, including e-mail and instant messaging. New features include lexical surveillance, workflow managed escalation,, full lifecycle and operational management of messages and related attachments, and linguistic-based full text search. AXS-One is designed to address requirements outlined in SEC Rule 17a-4, as well as HIPAA, FDA, Electronic Commerce and Patriot Act regulations related to retention and disposal of specific internal and external business communications and content.
DLItools ships Domino developer toolkit
DLI.tools Inc., in Morristown, N.J. is shipping thingFactory, an object toolkit for Domino developers deploying Web applications. The first release of thingFactory includes 24 objects to help programmers with common Web development issues such as data access, usability improvements, form control and back-end processes. Pricing for thingFactory starts at $999 for a single domain. Enterprise licensing options are also available.
Aptrix spruces up UI in Domino content server
Boston-headquartered content management infrastructure vendor Aptrix today released Version 4.1 of its Content Server – Domino Edition. It has an enhanced browser-based user interface, allowing for greater online collaboration. It also integrates with IBM DB2 Content Manager, where DB2 performs as the database engine.Jon Panker, news editor.