Notify Technology has designed the NotifyLink On-Premise mobility solution as a means to provide wireless access and management of Email, Calendar, Contacts and Tasks (PIM) suitable for any size organization. Notify's On-Premise solution can integrate seamlessly into an organization's existing network while offering the broadest possible wireless device support of almost any enterprise solution on the market today.
The NotifyLink Mobility Solution provides a single solution for a variety of collaboration email systems (See the list). In addition, the NotifyLink mobility solution provides support for a variety of networks including GSM/GPRS/EDGE/3G-HSDPA, CDMA/1XRTT/EVDO, 802.11x.
The NotifyLink On-Premise mobility solution offers customers rich set of wireless synchronization features for calendar events, scheduling meetings, accept or decline meeting requests. In addition, NotifyLink will allow users to enjoy wireless synchronization features of their collaboration email systems as well. Including the ability to read, compose, reply, forward and delete emails, plus view and edit attachments.
The NotifyLink On-Premise mobility solution offers full end-to-end security, with Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) /Triple Data Encryption Standard (DES) encryption and Secure Socket Layer (SSL) connectivity..
The NotifyLink Enterprise Edition Architecture was developed to provide real-time wireless email notification with end-to-end encryption from safely behind the corporate firewall. With NotifyLink's "Push Notification", users are assured they have the most up-to-date email on their wireless device. The NotifyLink Enterprise Server continually checks users' email accounts for new email messages. As new email is detected, NotifyLink will verify, using the user's "blocked list" and filter criteria that the email should be forwarded to the wireless device. If all the criteria are met, NotifyLink will generate a wireless notification employing the user'smessage notification format. Once the notification has been created, NotifyLink will send the email through the wireless network to the wireless device. When an email is originated, replied to, or forwarded from the wireless device, a copy of that email will appear in the users base email account "sent items" folder, which resides on the corporate email server. In addition, when an email is sent from the wireless device, the email will appear to the recipient as if it were sent from the users regular email account and not the wireless 2-way device.
Please visit http://www.notifycorp.com/devices/index.htm
RIM / Blackberry
Apple iPhone and ipad
Windows Mobile v6 & 7
Symbias OS Series 60
System Requirements and Compatibility
► Supports Novell Groupwise: GroupWise 6.5.6 and 6.5.6up2,GroupWise 7.0.1,GroupWise 7.0.2 and 7.0.2HP,GroupWise 7.0.3 and 7.0.3HP and GroupWise 8.0, 8.0.1, 8.0.2
► Microsoft Windows 2003/2008 Server, Support for 32 &64Bit Processors
► Support for Virtualization
► Intel Pentium 4 processor or better
► 2GB RAM
► 10GB free hard drive space
► Microsoft SQL Server 7.0 or later (SQL Server 2005 Express may be used for smaller deployments)
► Microsoft Internet Explorer 6 or later
► APACHE HTTP Server version 1.3.x or 2.x or Microsoft IIS 4 or later
► Port 80 inbound/outbound open
PIM Requirement: To use PIM functionality with a GroupWise Mail Server, the GroupWise Mail Client must be installed to the same server where the Messaging Components will be installed. This allows files installed with the GroupWise Mail Client to enable the Enterprise Server to access PIM items.
* Most Nokia Series 60 3rd Edition devices are supported. The device must be running Symbian OS versions 9.1 or later.
** See the list of Android devices that have been certified using TouchDown at www.notifycorp.com
For more information please visit: http://www.notifycorp.com
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