Intercepting E-mails That Matter
- Toolkit creates NT telephony applications. S.V.T. // Electronic Design;4/4/94, Vol. 42 Issue 7, p30
Reports on Sherman Oaks, California-based Apex Voice Communications' introduction of its OmniVox NT toolkit. Features and functions; Contact information.
- E-mail made easy. Stone, Brad; Croal, N'Gai // Newsweek;10/14/1996, Vol. 128 Issue 16, p12
Evaluates Magic Cap for Windows 95 by General Magic. Automation of many e-mail processes.
- X.400 headache No. 1: Simplify the addressing scheme. Merenbloom, Paul // InfoWorld;7/26/93, Vol. 15 Issue 30, p47
Shows an approach for implementing X.400 access from a network. Access via CompuServe and MCI Mail; Illustrative examples by sending messages through the E-mail; Correct syntax; Process simplification.
- Wirefree RadioMail to change my life, in 1994. Metcalfe, Bob // InfoWorld;11/29/93, Vol. 15 Issue 48, p56
Opinion. Comments on users' enthusiasm for RadioMail. Author's skepticism over wireless computers; Attendance at a meeting of the RadioMail Users Group (RMUG); Testimonies to RadioMail's advantages; Two-way cellular packet radio technology; Use of the Mobile Transfer Protocol One.
- Filtering, previewing features simplify remote E-mail access. Strom, David // InfoWorld;4/11/94, Vol. 16 Issue 15, p41
Discusses the filtering and previewing functions of electronic-mail (E-mail) client. Definition of filtering and previewing; Setting up of rules; Steps done by Microsoft for previewing function; Addition of a previewing support to Lotus Development Corp.'s Windows client; Features of American...
- Trying to synchronize duplicate E-mail names requires double think. Petreley, Nicholas; Wonnacott, Laura // InfoWorld;5/30/94, Vol. 16 Issue 22, p65
Features interoperability tests on synchronizing duplicate electronic names. Creation of a users list; Theme; Pieces on Worldtalk gateways; Directory synchronization; Adjustments on Microsoft Mail and cc:Mail.
- No ideal one-stop solution yet for integrating internal, Internet e-mail. Merenbloom, Paul // InfoWorld;12/23/96-12/30/96, Vol. 18/19 Issue 52/53, p42
Comments on the problems of integrating internal, Internet electronic mail systems. Single-engine solutions; NetManage and Qualcomm's e-mail products; Issue of digital signatures and encryption security; Integration of multiple mail systems into a single point of contact.
- What e-mail really needs is true database technology. Van Name, Mark L.; Catchings, Bill // PC Week;3/1/93, Vol. 10 Issue 8, p70
Stresses that electronic mail packages should use real database systems to manage their messages. Importance of E-mail messages as corporate assets; Growing need to be able to store, search, store and retrieve old messages; Advantages of employing database systems; E-mail vendors' reluctance...
- Why do we need all those new E-mail clients? Dodge, John // PC Week;2/24/97, Vol. 14 Issue 8, p3
Opinion. Discusses the increasing number of E-mail clients available to businesses and consumers in 1997. New clients from Microsoft Corp. and Lotus Development Corp.; Definition of simple E-mail; Revision of E-mail packages; The relatively small amount of change in core E-mail packages; The...