Outlook Web Access Calendar Printing Now Available

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Messageware OWA Print software delivers the first ever calendar, email, and contact printing for Outlook Web Access users of Microsoft Exchange 2007.

While it's true that the majority of people today can view emails and calendars electronically, the ability to print is very practical in many situations.

When a large Canadian healthcare organization that uses Outlook Web Access (OWA) as their core email client identified the lack of calendar printing capability in OWA as a major impediment, they approached Messageware to provide them with a better solution. Messageware, (http://www.messageware.com ), the world's leading provider of enterprise productivity and security solutions for Microsoft Office Outlook Web Access, created OWA Print for Exchange 2007, a solution that is now available to companies worldwide. Messageware has responded to user demand for a quality printing solution for OWA and OWA Light users running Microsoft Exchange Server 2007.

OWA Print is the first and only solution that enables OWA (Internet Explorer browser) and OWA Light users (Mac Safari, Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome browsers) to print. It provides users with the ability to see and print their daily, weekly and monthly calendars and schedules in multiple layouts. OWA Print is driven by an intelligent print engine that determines the best layout for a user's calendar. With OWA Print, OWA Light users can also print emails, contacts, appointments and meeting items. The resulting printout is a high quality, formatted document that mirrors what is available from desktop Outlook.

"While it's true that the majority of people today can view emails and calendars electronically, the ability to print is very practical in many situations." said Mark Rotman, President & CEO of Messageware. "One executive that I spoke with prints his calendar while he has his morning coffee and prepares for the day; another wanted her assistant to post a daily schedule on the conference room door."

OWA Print provides these much-needed and highly requested features and is an important tool for the growing numbers of organizations that rely on OWA. "Ninety-nine percent of our staff use OWA exclusively for email and calendaring because it eliminates our cost of having a technician go out, and forces all of our users to save their email data on our servers rather than in a local PST file where it may not be backed up," said Randy Bassett, Chief Technology Officer for the Fontana Unified School District in Fontana, California. "We migrated to Exchange 2007 last year and after a year of not being able to print individual calendar items and calendar views, this missing functionality was one of our users' chief complaints. With OWA Print and the Messageware OWA Suite 2009, Messageware has bridged the gap between native OWA and what we need to cost-effectively and efficiently run our district."

OWA Print for Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 is available immediately as a stand-alone product or as part of the Messageware OWA Suite 2009, which contains seven award-winning security and productivity applications that provide a complete OWA solution by enhancing the user experience and ensuring end-point security. Companies can learn more and request free evaluation software at http://www.messageware.com .

About Messageware
Founded in 1993 and headquartered in Toronto, Canada, Messageware develops and markets solutions that enhance and secure Outlook Web Access (OWA). A trusted Microsoft Gold Certified Partner and a Global Exchange ISV for 15 years, their applications give companies of all sizes the ability to enhance, secure, and customize OWA. Messageware products give organizations a greater return on their Microsoft Exchange investment, delivering solutions for over 2500 enterprises with over four million mailboxes worldwide, including Fortune 500 companies and industries such as banking, education, financial services, government, healthcare and law. For more information, visit http://www.messageware.com.

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