Apple’s iPhone Will Help Drive IMAP

The Apple iPhone is a revolutionary new product with a wide range of capabilities. From an email perspective, two things are of particular importance: The hardware design, in conjunction with Apple’s software expertise, provides a platform for an innovative and high-quality email interface for a mobile device. It uses open Internet standards for email — […]... read more »

New Communications Forum 2007 to be Held March 7-9, 2007 at Venetian in Las Vegas

The New Communications Forum 2007 will be held March 7-9, 2007 at the Venetian in Las Vegas, Nevada. Will explore and discuss the impact of participatory communications and social media on advertising, marketing, public relations, corporate communications, business and media. read more »

FoxT Delivers New Secure Messaging Capabilities

FoxT released an updated version of FoxT Secure Messaging Server, its secure messaging firewall solution. Key enhancements: PGP/MIME support, macro editor, and separate filtering, among others. Available immediately. read more »

Lotus Domino — Aging Gracefully?

Article discussing Lotus Notes and Domino covering functionality in release 7.0 and 7.0.2 and experiences in upgrading from previous releases. read more »

Spyware in the Enterprise: The Problem and the Solution

Sunbelt Software released “Spyware in the Enterprise: The Problem and the Solution,” its whitepaper. Key topics: the truth about spyware, what the costs are associated with counting spyware, the problem with spyware solutions and the right solution to protect your network from spyware. read more »

Spamonomics 2.0: Interrupting the Economics of Spamming with Traffic Shaping

MailChannels released “Spamonomics 2.0: Interrupting the Economics of Spamming with Traffic Shaping,” its whitepaper. Discusses how traffic shaping reduces spam in the Web 2.0 world by interrupting the spammer’s business model. Available immediately. read more »

Hosted Exchange: Miscellaneous Challenges

Hosted Exchange: Scalability Challenges