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Notify Technology To Support the Apple iPhone with Novell GroupWise.



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Notify Technology’s Wireless Enterprise Solution To Support the Apple iPhone with Novell GroupWise.

The NotifyLink solution for Novell GroupWise will extend enterprise wireless email and PIM synchronization to Apple’s iPhone 3G and iPod touch upgraded with the new iPhone 2.0 software.

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SAN JOSE, CA – August 14, 2008 – Notify Technology Corporation (OTC BB: NTFY), today announced that its NotifyLink Enterprise Edition for Novell GroupWise will now support the Apple iPhone 3G and all iPhones and iPod touch devices once upgraded with the new iPhone 2.0. The NotifyLink Enterprise Edition for Novell GroupWise will extend the enterprise functionality of the iPhone and iPod touch to include support for the wireless synchronization of Novell GroupWise email and PIM (calendar, personal address book, and global address book).

“We are excited to announce our NotifyLink Enterprise Edition now supports the new iPhone 3G and iPod touch. We are now able to offer Novell GroupWise enterprise, government, and educational customers with a push wireless email and PIM synchronization iPhone and iPod touch solution that will meet their needs”, said Paul DePond, President and Founder of Notify Technology. “Since the initial release of the iPhone last year, the GroupWise customer demand for supporting these devices with our NotifyLink Enterprise Edition has continued to escalate. GroupWise customers will be able to choose between our NotifyLink On-Premise or NotifyLink On-Demand versions for their specific environments.”

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