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Data Return Launches Messaging Solution

Data Return Corp. today announced the introduction of Messaging Center, a clustered, high-availability messaging solution for companies using Microsoft Exchange. Messaging Center is a pre-packaged service offering that provides reliability levels for Exchange of up to 99.995 percent and predictable monthly costs.

Messaging Center is a hosting solution that includes all server and storage hardware, system setup and configuration, Internet access, service monitoring, and system administration and support. Messaging Center will support all Exchange features, including e-mail, calendaring, scheduling, public folders, as well as Outlook Web access. As part of the Exchange service offering, Data Return will use Compaq's eight-way server technology to address scalability requirements for large enterprise Exchange deployments.

Messaging Center is currently available.

Contact Data Return, (800) 767-1514, www.datareturn.com.

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Scott Bekker is editor in chief of Redmond Channel Partner magazine.

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