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Network World Fusion, 10/18/02

Novell GroupWise users who have felt left out of the mobile device / wireless e-mail world can take hope -- a company out there feels your pain.

Consilient Technologies announced at the show that its software will give GroupWise users wireless access to e-mail via the BlackBerry platform. Its MX software is mail extension software developed by Consilient through the BlackBerry ISV Alliance Program, the company said.

The MX software creates a link between the BlackBerry Enterprise Server and the GroupWise server without using a desktop redirector program, Consilient said. Also, the MX Console display can help monitor BlackBerry users and traffic -- features include user management, filter management, error log settings, network traffic monitoring and licensing information.

The MX software costs $10,500 (for 25 users), and $3,000 for 10-user license packs. For a demo of the program, go to Consilient's Web site .

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