Messaging Architects Announces New Release of Its Powerful, Collaboration and Web Publishing Solution for Novell GroupWise

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M+Extranet 3.5 is an efficient and cost-effective solution for collaborating with non-GroupWise users, and instantly publishing GroupWise content on a company intranet site, client extranet site, or student portal. Content can be published as an HTML page, RSS feed, blog or podcast without the need for expensive web authoring tools or content duplication.

Messaging Architects, the experts in email lifecycle management and compliance, today announced a new release of M+Extranet - a powerful, web publishing solution that enables GroupWise users to collaborate more efficiently and cost-effectively with both GroupWise and non-GroupWise users alike.

M+Extranet 3.5 enables information stored in GroupWise, such as calendars, folders, address books, and meeting requests, to be instantly published to the web as an HTML page, RSS feed, blog, and podcast. This makes it an extremely efficient and cost-effective solution for posting up-to-the-minute content on a company intranet site, client extranet site, or student portal.

Moreover, M+Extranet 3.5 empowers individuals within a company to instantly publish GroupWise information to the web without requiring them to learn an expensive or complicated authoring tool.

"Organizations routinely spend tens of thousands of dollars to create web portals for sharing information that is stored in their GroupWise system with the outside world, said Ranjit Sarai, Product Manager at Messaging Architects.

"Individuals then have to be trained on how to use these complex, web authoring tools so that they can update the information on a timely basis, only for them to have to duplicate the information from their GroupWise system."

M+Extranet 3.5 offers a simple, low-cost alternative. The solution serves as a fully functional portal where anyone in an organization can easily publish GroupWise content to the web in a matter of minutes - without learning a new application, and without duplicating information.

"The application possibilities are endless," said Sarai. "Employees can check their company's latest HR policies, events calendar and holiday schedule over the web. Educational institutes can empower students to check the schedule and availability of teachers over the web. Organizations can use it as an alternative for publishing client newsletters."

M+Extranet, formerly known as GWExtranet, has helped more than 100 government, education and corporate organizations to web-enable their GroupWise information to date.

"The School District of Mishicot has been using GWExtranet for several years," said Brian M. Mowrer, Network Administrator at Mishicot School District.

"We will start using M+Extranet to display many of our GroupWise Resource calendars such as athletics, facilities usage, and events. We also have teachers using the blog feature for student blogging of current events projects. I personally use the public folders feature for the FAQ page of my tech support web site."

Organizations looking to web-enable their GroupWise information can be up and running in less than a day. M+Extranet's new quick-start deployment guide and training manual help system administrators through installation and set-up in an easy, step-by-step process.

Messaging Architects will demonstrate M+Extranet 3.5's powerful, web publishing features in a live webcast on May 27 at 3:00 (EDT).

Register today by clicking on the link below.

About Messaging Architects:
Founded in 1995, Messaging Architects specializes in email lifecycle and risk management controls and services. Our M+Guardian and M+Archive solutions for Novell GroupWise and Microsoft Exchange provide policy-based, email content filtering, archiving and discovery in a comprehensive, yet scalable and cost-effective manner. More than 3,000 organizations depend on our solutions to reduce email security threats, comply with record retention laws, and drive down the cost of IT and legal discovery.


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