OTG Software Adds Support for Exchange 2000

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Enterprises looking to migrate from Exchange 5.5 to Exchange 2000 now have a new tool to make the migration easier.

OTG Software, Inc. Tuesday announced that EmailXtender, its e-mail management solution for Microsoft Exchange, Lotus Domino, and Sendmail environments, now supports Exchange 2000.

Enterprises looking to migrate from Exchange 5.5 to Exchange 2000 now have a new tool to make the migration easier.

OTG believes that EmailXtender's support for Exchange 2000 will aid enterprises that are migrating to the latest release of the mail server. Administrators can migrate the bulk of their Exchange 5.5 messages to EmailXtender, thus minimizing the need to convert large databases of old messages and attachments. EmailXtender allows the messages to remain visible during the conversion, making it easier to troubleshoot.

EmailXtender can combine old Exchange 5.5 messages with new Exchange 2000 messages, enabling virtually immediate access and continuity for end users.

EmailXtender automatically captures e-mail messages and their attachments from Exchange 5.5 and Exchange 2000 to free up message servers and increase server reliability and uptime. Archived e-mails are routed to alternate storage, freeing e-mail servers and end-users' local drives. OTG's goal in doing this is to optimize server performance and reduce total cost of ownership.

EmailXtender also allows users to run and access messages and attachments in a mixed platform environment.

"EmailXtender is the answer as enterprises search for powerful and efficient management and storage solutions for the ever-growing volume of e-mail," said Peter Smails, vice president of Product Management, OTG Software.

"The addition of Exchange 2000 support validates OTG's commitment to helping businesses better manage their mission-critical information by enhancing its solutions to meet customers' changing business needs," Smails added.

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This article was originally published on Aug 29, 2001
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