Control Data Systems has brought out Mail*Hub 97, aimed at messaging and directory integration.
One of its important features is a global directory server, Control Data?s implementation of the 1993 X.500 directory standard. It helps users integrate information kept in disparate directories and manage it centrally.
The hub also includes enhancements to WebLink500, its Web-based interface for viewing directory information and new gateways. It supports Windows NT and Extended SMTP. Users receive delivery status notifications on email they send, the maximum size of messages can be controlled and message transport performance is improved, claims CDS.
"The X.500 directory will continue to be a key component of the hub," said Dave Folsom, vice president of electronic commerce solutions at Control Data.
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