Rival systems management suppliers Computer Associates and IBM's Tivoli unit have both announced their intention to support IBM's Lotus Notes/Domino and Microsoft's Exchange messaging products.
Tivoli will ship its new modules in March, costing $500 per server, while CA, which has supported Exchange for some time, has just started shipping its CA Lotus Notes/Domino Option for Unicenter TNG.
This enables users to perform Notes-specific backup and restore while the system is still running, and includes Message Transfer Agents for monitoring mail performance, database replication and virus protection.
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