CE Software to Expand QuickMail Offering to Three OSs
This latest version of QuickMail will be "carbonized" for compatibility with Macintosh OS X, according to CE Software.CE Software, Inc., Thursday stated that the next release of QuickMail, its OS-X-based e-mail offering, will include server software for Macintosh, and client software for both Windows and Macintosh. This latest version of QuickMail will be 'carbonized' for compatibility with Macintosh OS X, according to CE Software.
It is expected to be available in public beta later this summer.
"Development is well under way and includes a new version which will be formally announced very soon. The primary focus of our first development effort will be to upgrade QuickMail for Mac OS X, Windows 2000, and Windows ME so that it spans all relevant operating systems in Macintosh and Windows environments," said John S. Kirk, president of CE Software.
Carbonizing QuickMail for OS X will enable the program to work with the latest Mac OS while continuing to serve Mac 8.6 and Mac OS 9. CE Software is designing the Macintosh and Windows versions of QuickMail so that they further improve ease-of-use, speed, and reliability.
Enhancements and minor fixes will also be included.
QuickMail Office 2.1 for Macintosh will remain available prior to the release of the new version. Beginning July 26, enterprises that purchase QuickMail 2.1 will be eligible for a free upgrade to the new version on its release.
Five-user packs of QuickMail Office are currently priced at $345.95; 10-user packs are priced at $655.95. QuickMail Pro 2.1 client software for Macintosh and Windows is $39.95 per user.
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