Qualcomm's Eudora WorldMail 2.0 server upgrade is due to ship next month. Eudora WorldMail 2.0, an SMTP/POP 3 server aimed at small to medium-size businesses, provides simplified client installation and allows administrators to manage groups of accounts or users. It can also create logical workgroups to offload Email management. Dial-on-demand Internet access and an indexed database engine are also offered. WorldMail 2.0, which runs on a Windows NT 4.0 Server or Workstation, costs #111 per user for a 10-mailbox licence. Qualcomm has also released a beta upgrade to its Internet Email client. Eudora Pro 4.0 supports IMAP4, LDAP3 and ACAP (application configuration access protocol). Visit www.qualcomm.com.
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