PRESS RELEASE: Messageware OWA Suite 2009 Voted MSExchange.org Readers' Choice Award Winner
Messageware OWA Suite 2009 Voted MSExchange.org Readers’ Choice Award Winner
Messageware’s enterprise software suite has been selected as the best Outlook Web Access addon for the third year in a row by MSExchange.org readers.
July 6, 2009, Toronto, Canada -- Leading Microsoft Exchange Server resource site, MSExchange.org (http://www.msexchange.org), announced today that Messageware OWA Suite 2009 for Exchange 2007 was selected the winner in the OWA Addon category of the MSExchange.org Readers’ Choice Awards. Messageware (http://www.messageware.com) is the world's leading provider of enterprise productivity, security and customization solutions for Microsoft Office Outlook Web Access (OWA).
“Our Reader’s Choice Awards give visitors to our site the opportunity to vote for the products they view as the very best in their respective category,” said Sean Buttigieg, MSExchange.org manager. MSExchange.org users are specialists in their field who encounter various solutions for Exchange Server at the workplace. Their vote serves as a solid peer-to-peer recommendation of the winning product.”
MSExchange.org conducts regular polls to discover which product is preferred by Exchange administrators in a particular category of third party solutions for Microsoft Exchange Server. The awards draw a huge response per category and are based entirely on the visitors’ votes. MSExchange.org users can submit their votes for the current Readers' Award poll in the site’s left-hand bar.
Messageware is now a four-time winner of MSExchange.org’s Reader’s Choice award for best OWA addon. Their Messageware OWA Suite 2009 solution helps organizations to achieve the reduced cost and maintenance benefits of browser-based email for enterprise and hosted exchange environments without sacrificing control, functionality or security. The Suite enables organizations to maximize their Exchange 2007 and OWA investments through the addition of security and productivity features. This allows corporations to standardize on OWA as their core email solution or simply maintain maximum security and productivity while working out of the office.
Messageware OWA Suite 2009 allows companies to do more with less in today’s economy by making users more productive from all locations, reducing user IT support calls, minimizing software maintenance, ensuring regular backup and reducing software license fees. In addition, it extends ISA, IIS and third party security solutions by securing vulnerabilities in OWA that can expose entire email accounts.
The bundled Suite of award-winning solutions creates a more desktop Microsoft Outlook-like user experience where users can:
· Quickly and easily view, read and send messages and attachments securely by extending the concept of Web Ready Viewing to over 400 file types
· Share calendars, view them side by side, schedule meetings and manage delegate permissions
· Address emails with ease and from contact lists that were not previously available (including public folders and SharePoint)
· Roam with a personal dictionary that augments the base OWA Spell Check
· Delegate and Share Calendars with Peers
· Generate quality printouts of calendars and schedules
· Utilize the desktop “send to” and website “mail to” functionality directly with OWA
The Suite also adds essential security functionality to OWA that protects OWA sessions from intruders, and confidential documents from unauthorized users. The security extends ISA, IIS, and third party security solutions (such as RSA) providing the additional support organizations need to enable deploying OWA outside of the enterprise. Once deployed, companies can use their Microsoft Exchange CAS server’s infrastructure to take advantage of future Microsoft mobility offerings that rely on CAS connectivity (ActiveSync for iPhones & Windows Mobile, and Outlook Anywhere for dedicated notebooks).
In addition, for OWA Light users on non-IE browsers, OWA Suite 2009 provides first-time access to many of the features that were previously only available with the Internet Explorer browser, such as multiple calendar views, improved addressing, formatted printing of emails, appointments / meetings, contacts and calendars. Both OWA and OWA Light receive enhanced new mail notifications, personal dictionaries and much more.
MSExchange.org (http://www.msexchange.org) is a Microsoft Exchange Server 2007/2003/2000 resource site. It is the leading Exchange site, attracting over 350,000 Exchange administrators and specialists a month. The site provides the latest Microsoft Exchange Server news, articles and tutorials by leading Exchange experts, message boards, software listings and product reviews.
MSExchange.org forms part of a group of sites run by TechGenix Ltd., including http://www.windowsnetworking.com - a comprehensive Windows Networking resource site; http://www.isaserver.org, a Microsoft ISA Server resource site; http://www.windowsecurity.com, a Windows security resource site and http://www.virtualizationadmin.com, a Server Based Computing resource site.
For more information about the OWA Suite for Exchange 2007, visit http://messageware.com/products/exchange-2007/Exch...WA.php.
Founded in 1993 and headquartered in Toronto, Canada, Messageware develops and markets solutions that enhance and secure Outlook Web Access (OWA). A trusted Microsoft Gold Certified Partner and a Global Exchange ISV for 15 years, their applications give companies of all sizes the ability to enhance, secure, and customize OWA. Messageware products allow organizations to achieve a greater return on their Microsoft Exchange investment, delivering solutions to over 2500 enterprises with over four million mailboxes worldwide, including Global 500 companies, small and medium sized businesses and hosted email providers in every industry; including, banking, education, financial services, government, healthcare and law. For more information, visit www.messageware.com.
Messageware Press Contact: Carol Arnold, Arnold Communications, (877) 718-4604 x2, [email protected].