Scalix Announces Email and Calendaring for Mozilla and Firefox, Offering Unmatched Freedom of Choice on the Desktop

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Linux messaging leader extends rich Clients of Choice; evaluation download available from http://www.scalix.com.

Scalix Corporation, known for its enterprise email and calendaring platform on Linux, today announced Scalix 9.1, delivering desktop-grade productivity on the award-winning Mozilla browser, Firefox Preview Release and the Thunderbird application. These new clients are supported on all popular desktop platforms, including Linux, Windows and Mac OS. They have full interoperability with Outlook 2003 clients, allowing users uncompromised freedom of choice on the desktop.

Scalix’s Mozilla and Firefox support includes advanced functionality previously limited to proprietary browsers. Features such as drop-down menus, cut-and-paste, drag-and-drop and local caching for performance all enhance productivity and are must-haves for power users of email and calendaring.

Mozilla is widely acclaimed for its security, quality, advanced features and high degree of customizability. Because of this, Firefox Preview Release has logged a record-breaking 5 million downloads since it was released last month and is rapidly gaining market share.

“We are gratified to see Scalix certify its email and calendaring platform for Mozilla 1.7, Firefox and Thunderbird. High levels of compatibility between web applications and Mozilla applications represent an important step forward in preserving choice and innovation,” said Mitchell Baker, president of the Mozilla Foundation

“We believe in giving our customers choices without sacrifice, so we have made the investment to give users of Mozilla and Firefox software equal footing with Internet Explorer and comparable functionality to Outlook 2003,” said Julie Farris, Scalix’s founder and chief strategy officer. “Web clients are the anytime, anywhere way to access email and calendaring. Given the mission-critical nature of email, browser-independent web client access to email is increasingly important to our customers."

Users can get an evaluation copy of the messaging solution, including Scalix Web Access, by going to http://www.scalix.com.

In addition to delivering full Mozilla, Firefox and Outlook 2003 support, the company also offers its German version, which will be demonstrated at LinuxWorld Germany this week.

About Scalix Corporation

Scalix delivers the industry's most powerful email and calendaring platform on Linux and Open Systems. For organizations that are incorporating Linux into their infrastructure, the platform offers a richly-featured, reliable and scalable messaging solution that blends seamlessly with both open and proprietary infrastructures, including Microsoft Outlook, Exchange and Active Directory. Customers can migrate seamlessly to the product and achieve a significantly lower total cost of ownership. The company’s team of messaging industry veterans has helped pioneer the world's most successful messaging systems at IBM/Lotus, cc:Mail, Microsoft and Hewlett-Packard. The privately held company is headquartered in San Mateo, California, with offices and distribution partners in New York, Chicago, United Kingdom, Germany and Australia. For more information, visit http://www.scalix.com or call 650-212-8300.

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