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Dateline December 11, 2001 Dallas, TX Bynari Inc. developer of the Insight Collaboration products for Linux announced a promotion on the current version of the original Linux based client providing connectivity to Microsoft Exchange users.

Under this promotion Bynari will allow for free downloads of version 2.6 of the Bynari Insight Client. Users will find Insight client at .

“Since Tradeclient provided the original source code for Insight,” says Tom Adelstein, CTO, “we see it as only fitting to provide the binaries to the public there. While the Tradeclient code remains open source under LGPL, people will discover several enhancements in Insight 2.6. Hopefully, developers will see that they can make feature additions in Tradeclient and will join the project. “

“We announced this promotion to familiarize a broader market with the capabilities of Bynari’s messaging products,” says David Wolff, head of Marketing and Strategic Alliances. “This release comes in preparation for our anticipated January release of version 3.0 of its Insight Server and a later release of Version 3.0 of Insight client. The users taking advantage of this offer will be given an upgrade discount to the newer version. Existing users who purchased previous versions of Bynari’s client will get an additional discount by registering their products and watching for the product announcement on our web page.”

Version 3.0 of the client and the server provide some significant advancements over version 2.x in that they address user requests and features such as:

*Server side calendar coordination

*Client mailing list management

*Natively support on Linux, Solaris and AIX

*A carbonized version for Macintosh OS X and 9.x

*A native version for the Win32 platform

“We also wanted to set the record straight,” adds Tom Adelstein, “with regard to who had the first Linux client and server supporting Microsoft Outlook and Exchange.”

Bynari’s terms and conditions for one to receive a free copy of Insight client 2.6 say the following:
Under the terms of this offer, a user may install the Bynari client after downloading and registering at between now and January 31, 2001. At time of registration the user will be sent a key to allow the software to be installed on their computer. While this offer is not limited to any specific number per enterprise, it will require each unique user to register directly with Bynari.


On-line user support consists of knowledge base help available on Bynari’s website.

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