Valletta (PRWEB) February 07, 2012
WinDeveloper Software just announced the final release of WinDeveloper Message Recall v2.0. This release is breaking new ground, bringing their proven message recalling technology to the MS Exchange Outlook Web Access interface.
For many years Exchange users had the ability to recall emails sent in error from their Office Outlook client. However this functionality never made it into OWA. "OWA provides no way for users to make up for their errors. So we are very proud to be the first to bring message recalling to this interface", explained Alexander Zammit, WinDeveloper Technical Director.
Email servers like Microsoft Exchange, today are entrusted with the delivery of huge volumes of business critical emails. "This is what renders message recalling itself business critical", Alexander points out. "Organizations stand to lose if critical emails end up in the wrong hands, so arming users with OWA Recall is not just about saving users some blushes."
Apart for the OWA extension, WinDeveloper Message Recall v2.0 also includes a more efficient version of their server-side message recalling engine. This component handles the fulfillment of recall requests delivering an excellent recall success rate, the ability to recall emails sent to foreign recipients, accurate recall outcome notifications, centralized reporting, and a lot more.
Licensing is per server without any user limitations. A single server license is priced at $290. Discounts on multiple server licenses are also available.
More information on this release is available from the WinDeveloper web site at http://www.windeveloper.com/recall/. From here a 30 day free evaluation version is available for download.
WinDeveloper Software delivers applications for the Windows platform, specializing in Microsoft Exchange integrated applications. Their product line also includes WinDeveloper IMF Tune, an anti-spam solution that extends the Exchange native anti-spam functionality. For more details, visit our website, http://www.windeveloper.com
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