Push email vendor Good Technology has announced plans to support IBM Lotus Notes, Domino and Novell GroupWise users.
Targeting a worldwide base of 118 million Notes users, Good Technology expects to release software by the beginning of next year, partly as a result of acquiring the key assets of US-based mobile developers J P Mobile.
The company has also announced the availability of GoodLink 4.5 which includes support for Windows Mobile-based smartphones beginning with the Motorola MPx220 and the Orange SPV C500.
Sue Forbes, vice president of marketing for Good Technology, said: "More and more people want access to email and PIM information on devices running Windows Mobile so we are addressing that market with software designed with speedy users in mind."
New features include a two-line display, the ability to work offline, and automatic links to phone numbers from received emails.
Good Technology also unveiled Compliance Manager which allows IT managers to make it easier to check remotely that handhelds have appropriate software updates.
GoodLink software is being used by 6,500 businesses worldwide. The company has alliances with 120 carriers in 55 countries.
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