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PostPath Intros Server

MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. -- PostPath, creator of the industry's only email and collaboration server that offers enterprises a drop-in alternative to Exchange(TM), today announced release
2.2 of its PostPath Server. PostPath Server 2.2 supports unmodified
Outlook(TM) desktops, Active Directory(TM) tools, and Blackberry(TM) Enterprise Server through PostPath's unique network protocol interoperability. The new product is aimed both at organizations that intend to run a mixed Exchange/PostPath infrastructure and at those that wish to migrate away from Exchange entirely. In addition, PostPath Server 2.2 makes installation easier by detecting and understanding a more varied range of clients and customer environments.

"As customers gain experience with our product, we see a growing market opportunity with enterprises that are accelerating their migration to an Exchange-free environment," said PostPath CEO Duncan Greatwood. "Customers are deciding not renew their Exchange licenses, so in our new release we've added tools and core components to enable a seamless move to an Exchange-free server infrastructure. We are delivering a massively scalable and cost-effective platform that includes simple, flexible, open solutions for backup; high availability, remote office support, eDiscovery, mobile access, virtualization and 'bottomless' mailboxes."

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