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Analysis of Sendmail, Inc.'s Largest Open Source Release in Twenty Years
sendmail 8.10 now includes SMTP authentication and support for the lightweight directory access protocol (LDAP) and multiple queues.

lightweight protocol  and support for the lightweight directory access protocol (LDAP) and multiple queues. Nearly 5,000 users participated in the beta testing of the new version to ensure its quality and performance. (Source: Sendmail, Inc.). Market Impact During sendmail 8.10's development, over 5,000 beta users tested the product to reveal any issues and recommend improvements prior to the products final release. Revision 8.10 has improved in three key areas: security, integration and performance. Release 8.10 provides

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lightweight protocol  enhanced communication Protocol Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) coupled with Domain Name Resolution (DNS). The implementation of Directory Services will allow a single administrator to control all messaging and network resources from a single point. Lotus's premier Messaging Server Domino also allows for LDAP access and includes a suite of Internet utilities, similar to those found in Microsoft's Exchange 5.5 Server, but is not designed to integrate into Windows 2000 Server and take fu Read More

Great Product: Too Bad The Architecture Doesn’t Fit


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lightweight protocol  Examine implications of LDAP (Lightweight Directory Access Protocol) support, single sign-on, role-based access. Application Programmer Discuss availability of vendor published API to enable custom enhancements/extensions. Web Programmer Investigate web server and browser requirements, need for active server pages or other software dependencies, etc. Functional Representative This individual may not understand much of the technical discussion, but is an invaluable aid in helping the group to understand th Read More

Analysis of Novell's Announced Support for Sun's Solaris 8 Operating Environment


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lightweight protocol  is based on the Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) industry standard. According to Novell the NDS eDirectory will eliminate the gray area between the Enterprise and the Internet. The product will allow clients and partners to utilize the Internet or World Wide Web as the primary source for conducting business. Novell has displayed industry acclaimed Directory integration for the past four years, coupled with a competent web server. Novell has also developed NDS for Microsoft Windows NT, which pr Read More

Active Voice’s Unity ~ In Pursuit of the Perfect Unified Messaging Solution


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lightweight protocol  has support for LDAP (Lightweight Directory Access Protocol) in addition to IP telephony, which is the direction of corporate communications looking into the next decade. Due to Active Voice's support for IP Telephony, Cisco Systems has selected Unity to be integrated into Cisco's CallManager application to facilitate communication improvements while reducing hardware related costs. Another component, which we found rather nifty, was support for multiple languages, which can also be accessed via the Inter Read More

Ericom Software Inc.


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Network Associates Hopes to Rekindle the Flame


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lightweight protocol  to Set Up a DID Management System The Internet industry is intensifying day by day as it becomes the basis of communication for businesses. With the introduction of voice over Internet protocol (VoIP), communication costs have been greatly reduced, and the Internet industry is thus introducing variant services to consumers that were unthought of before. One of these emerging ideas is direct inward dialing (DID). Read More

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lightweight protocol  DNS/DHCP Management-An Integrated Solution Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) has been adopted as the dynamic protocol of choice for pain-free management of network resources. The integration of the Domain Name System (DNS) and DHCP into a single network helps overcome traditional barriers to effective resource allocation. Indeed, combining DNS and DHCP enhances information security, thus providing a solution your organization can grow with. Read More

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lightweight protocol  10 Concerns of Buying a VoIP Business Phone System Simply put Business VoIP delivers more features, flexibility and value for a business phone system than any other type of business phone system. The catch to this claim is that you can enjoy the benefits of Business VoIP only if your business is located in areas with an excellent internet service provider who can deliver your business a high bandwidth internet connection. Source: CompareBusinessProducts.com Resources Related to Top 10 Concerns of Buyi Read More

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lightweight protocol  Unified Communications: What You Need to Know to Determine if it is Right for Your Organization A true unified communications (UC) solution, integrated with hosted voice over Internet protocol (VoIP) phone service helps improve fluidity of office communication and collaboration. But before decision makers can decide whether or not a hosted unified communications solution is right for their organizations, they must decide whether or not to adopt cloud (hosted) technology. Find out more. Read More

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