Start-up targets Exchange customers

Posted by Scott_Ruecker on May 12, 2006 11:42 AM EDT
NetworkWorld.com; By John Fontana
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Messaging vendor PostPath emerged from stealth mode last week, saying it plans to ship a Linux-based replacement for Exchange that supports Linux network protocols and is designed to look just like Exchange on the network. PostPath Server, expected to ship next month, is designed not only as a replacement for an entire Exchange environment but also as a piecemeal replacement for individual Exchange servers, such as those in branch offices.

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