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OTG Introduces EmailXtender Management System

OTG Software Inc. announced the availability of EmailXtender, a new e-mail management solution designed to manage the growth of e-mail as a critical business application. EmailXtender provides fast access to historical e-mails and centralized restoration after virus attacks, and eliminates e-mail server bottlenecks and message size restrictions.

EmailXtender automatically captures e-mail messages and their attachments, freeing up message servers and increasing server reliability and uptime. Its intelligent search engine capability allows users fast and efficient access to all of their historical e-mail. EmailXtender also allows up-to-the-minute recovery from virus attacks, and in its next release, will allow administrators to centrally restore message systems from the server.

Additional features include a search engine that allows full-text and keyword searches.

Contact OTG, (800) 324-4222, www.otg.com.

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

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