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Summit Groupware 2006 Available

Summit Groupware 2006 Available

by , 11:10 AM EST, February 28th, 2006

Powder Software announced the immediate availability of Summit Groupware 2006 on Tuesday. Summit Groupware lets you manage your contacts, calendars, email, and personal information for individual users, or large organizations on Mac OS X, Windows and Linux machines. The updated version includes a new project coordination tool and new data hosting options. It is compatible with most standards-compliant email servers, including Apple Mail Services, Kerio, Sendmail, Qmail and Microsoft Exchange, and includes a Web browser access when your workstation isn't available, and supports synchronizing with Palm and Smartphone devices.

Summit Groupware is available for download at the Powder Software Web site. It is free for individual use, or US$79.99 per user in a workgroup environment. Data hosting services are $9.99 a month.

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