Friday, June 02, 2006

Microsoft Exchange License

"Microsoft Corp. will offer a premium license for the upcoming version of its Exchange e-mail server that will let users do things like retrieve voice mails from their e-mail inboxes or give their computer a voice command to check their calendar or alert co-workers they're going to be late for a meeting. The "enterprise" version of the licenses a company buys for each user on its system will cost extra, but Dave Thompson, corporate vice president of Microsoft's Exchange group, said Thursday that the company is not yet saying how much." What a great time to be selling your own competing brand of services, like OpenOffice combined with something like HyperOffice for intranet and email.

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