Netscape claims that the current versions of almost all its products are millennium bug free, and has completed nearly all of its Y2K fix plans.
Meanwhile, Novell said it expects to finalise Y2K testing of its main internal IT systems by mid-1999, leaving just a few months of vital last minute fixes.
Novell is also to test non-IT related systems and complete modifications next year.
According to its quarterly filings to the US Securities and Exchange Commission: "Netscape has largely completed all phases of its plan, except for contingency planning, with respect to current versions of all of its products."
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