HP has decided to stop work on its Openmail for Windows NT product expected later this year and has opted instead to offer client side support for Microsoft Exchange Server.
It is the first announcement to have fallen out of the bumper agreement signed by the two companies over two weeks ago in which HP agreed to promote Exchange Server as the strategic Windows NT messaging system for the enterprise.
?As a general message we are not stopping development of Openmail only the NT port of that product? said Maxine Thompson NT marketing manager at Hewlett Packard. ?Having Openmail on NT at the front-end puts us in a competitive environment. It doesn?t make sense to have products that compete so tightly with Microsofts. We will work with Microsoft to build interoperability between Exchange clients and Open mail backbones,? she said.
HP said it will now ship Openmail 5.1 in place of Openmail for NT. Priced at $60 per user, Openmail 5.1 will offer support for Microsoft?s Outlook client for Office 97 and Exchange Server.
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