IMA to Provide
Free Copies of Internet Exchange Messaging Server 5
Hong Kong, April 27, 2001. International
Messaging Associates (IMA) will be providing a free, official copy
of its latest messaging product - the Internet Exchange Messaging
Server (IEMS) 5 to beta users who will send in their proposed enhancements
and potential problems early at email@example.com.
Free copies will be made available to all evaluators
who provide feedback to IMA on any undocumented bugs, or who suggest
new features or enhancements of which IMA agrees to use in current
or future releases. Fixes for verified problems will be included
in the official release of IEMS 5.
The free, official copy of the IEMS 5 also includes
90-day support. For more details on this program, please visit http://www.ima.com/v5promo.html
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Exchange Messaging Server 5 Users Gets $300 Off on Beta Purchase
Hong Kong, April 5, 2001. Beta participants
of the Linux-Windows-based Internet Exchange Messaging Server (IEMS)
5 shall get a US$300 price off if they purchase the messaging solution
now than wait for its forthcoming official release. IEMS5 developer
International Messaging Associates gave this announcement recently
to give value to their current beta users and development partners.
The beta promo offer pegs the retail price of IEMS5
at US$695, a full 30 percent off from its regular list price of
US$995. A substantial discount from the end-users' beta price is
offered to resellers for every purchase of five copies. Resellers
may avail of a buy-back option from IMA in the rarest case of slow
product turnover, while no deadline is set for selling the products
bought under promo price.
According to Gigi Resurreccion, IMA Senior Marketing
and Operations Manager, IEMS5 users who buy the software now can
actively participate in the beta program that enables their organization
to test and identify need-specific enhancements that can be included
in the official release.
"The program is practically risk-free. You will
get free support while evaluating the software until the time IEMS5
is officially released, and a 45-day money-back guarantee if you
are not satisfied with the product performance," said Resurreccion.
IEMS5 is a multithreading standalone open architecture
Internet mail server which runs seamlessly on Linux and Windows
platforms - perfect for businesses bound towards global competitiveness.
Part of what makes IEMS5 different from other messaging solutions
is that it could be operated on a distributed environment which
allows IEMS5 to run across different network severs. This unique
feature gives IEMS5 optimal scalability, addressing an organization's
present and future expansion needs.
IEMS5 also boasts of anti-spam and anti-virus engines,
channel action matrix, Distribution List Manager, Message Store,
Directory Server and Web Mail Client, plus clog-free channels and
connectors assuring total connectivity to Internet Mail Access Protocol
(IMAP4), Post Office Protocol (POP3), Simple Mail Transfer Protocol
(SMTP), Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) and Batch Simple
Mail Transfer Protocol (BSMTP).
These special features make IEMS5 a totally cost-effective,
full-featured email server for mission-critical applications.
"User-friendly IEMS5 is a great ally in optimizing
business opportunities in line with the growing and changing needs
of dynamic companies or organizations for simple yet fast, reliable
and cost-effective means of communication," Resurreccion said.
IEMS5's beta program is still open for a limited
period only considering its forthcoming official release.
IEMS5 beta can be downloaded from http://www.ima.com/download/v5eval.html.
Product overview can, likewise, be downloaded from http://www.ima.com/pdf/iemsoverview.pdf.
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