Scalix Takes Linux Messaging Mobile
Users of the Linux-based enterprise e-mail platform can now synchronize data with BlackBerries, smart phones and more.Messaging and collaboration software vendor Scalix has extended its Linux-based enterprise e-mail and calendaring platform to wireless devices. The move allows users of the Scalix e-mail server to wirelessly access and synchronize their e-mail, calendar, address book and PIM (personal information manager) data on a variety of wireless devices, including Research In Motion Ltd.s BlackBerry devices, Palm Inc.s Treo smart phones, and Hewlett Packard Co.s Windows Mobile-based iPaqs. "Weve made it flexibleboth device-independent and carrier-independent," said Julie Hanna Farris, Scalix Corp. founder and chief strategy officer, in San Mateo, Calif.
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