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Short Take: Lotus updates file-share email package

Lotus Development today rolled out its CC: Mail Release 8.1, the latest version of its file-share email package. Release 8.1 includes additional support for Internet security and connectivity standards that helps existing CC: Mail customers upgrade to Lotus Notes and Domino. Priced at $55 per user for Lotus Passport customers, the new release features a mail transfer agent called CC:Mail Router for Windows NT; a server-based Rules Agent that allows users to automate email tasks such as filing and deleting old messages; improved international support, such as Japanese, Chinese, and Korean character sets; a revised Windows 95/NT client--available in November--that provides new controls to sort and store mail; and an LDAP Directory Connector, according to the company.

Lotus Development today rolled out its CC: Mail Release 8.1, the latest version of its file-share email package. Release 8.1 includes additional support for Internet security and connectivity standards that helps existing CC: Mail customers upgrade to Lotus Notes and Domino. Priced at $55 per user for Lotus Passport customers, the new release features a mail transfer agent called CC:Mail Router for Windows NT; a server-based Rules Agent that allows users to automate email tasks such as filing and deleting old messages; improved international support, such as Japanese, Chinese, and Korean character sets; a revised Windows 95/NT client--available in November--that provides new controls to sort and store mail; and an LDAP Directory Connector, according to the company.