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IMA Announces Official Release of IEMS 5

Added: (Wed Jun 27 2001)

Pressbox (Press Release) - Hong Kong, June 27, 2001. Internet Exchange Messaging Server (IEMS) 5, the latest messaging solution from developer International Messaging Associates (IMA) is now on official release.

IEMS 5’s interoperability bridges the best of what Linux and Windows have to offer as the software operates smoothly on both operating systems. IEMS 5 runs on Linux Red Hat 6.2, 7.0, 7.1; Caldera 2.3.1, VA Linux 6.2.3, Turbo Linux Server 6; Suse 7.1, Mandrake 7.2 and 8; and Windows 98, Windows 2000, and Windows NT.

IEMS 5 has gained favorable review by getting a four- bell rank from Tucows (www.tucows.com). This feature-rich software remains to be the most cost-effective messaging solution available in the market today.

IEMS 5 has a Message Store which allows users to access their e-mail anytime, anywhere through any POP3 or IMAP4 capable clients. Its Distribution List Manager allows users to automatically send messages to numerous lists of recipients by just sending to a single group address.

IEMS 5 provides system administrators easy maintenance through its disk quota management feature, allowing system administrators to allocate and manage disk usage at all times. IEMS 5’s anti-spam and anti-virus engines provide protection against threats of spamming and virus attacks. Further IEMS 5 can run in a distributed environment allowing computing capacity and resources to be distributed access different networked machines, resulting to faster and more efficient processing and message flow.

IEMS 5 is available for downloading and free evaluation through the IMA website at http://www.ima.com

Sales and Marketing Contacts:
Eric Arandez

Ivy Sia
Toll Free No. +1 (800) 549-2762
Fax +1 (888) 562-3561
Website: http://www.ima.com

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