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COMPLINK TO SHOWCASE WORLDLINK MESSAGING TECHNOLOGY AT PC EXPO; MESSAGING SYSTEM PROVIDES COMPREHENSIVE CAPABILITIES

 GREAT NECK, June 28 /PRNewswire/ -- CompLink, Ltd., a leading developer of telecommunications software solutions, today announced that its Consulting Services Division will showcase the company's WorldLink(TM) messaging technology at PC EXPO at the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center in New York City, June 29 - July 1, 1993 (Booth No. 242).
 WorldLink is a revolutionary messaging solution that gives computer users the ability to communicate with virtually anyone in the world, and enables companies to link their communication and computing resources into a single, seamless messaging environment. This technology will serve as the foundation of a new line of WorldLink communication products to be launched later this year.
 Using an OS/2-based server, WorldLink gives system administrators a single point of control over the complex structure of local area networks (LANs) that characterizes most corporate computing environments today. By using WorldLink to manage communications between these LANs, administrators can allow individual departments to work with the applications that best suit their needs, while maintaining a messaging environment that extends enterprise wide.
 For networks users, WorldLink provides all the tools necessary for global communication, including e-mail, fax, telex, and paper-based mail services. The program, which runs on both DOS- and Windows-based PCs, automatically translates information for delivery between different e- mail systems. It also enables users to send faxes, telexes, and e-mail from their PCs, and automatically delivers inbound messages, including faxes, directly to the recipient's mailbox.
 WorldLink gives users access to all these capabilities through an intuitive pop-up interface, so they can compose messages in almost any kind of application (word processor, spreadsheet, e-mail system, etc.) and then transmit the message via WorldLink in a matter of seconds. For system administrators, this tight integration with existing applications helps to reduce the costs of training, management, and user support.
 Based on a unique script language, WorldLink technology can be adapted to practically any communications need a company might have. CompLink consulting Services Division can customize the technology swiftly and cost-effectively, by developing individual WorldLink scripts to connect to almost any environment. WorldLink already offers gateways to a broad array of public data networks, and enhanced access capabilities are currently under development.
 With the power of distributed processing, WorldLink technology can be scaled to fit organizations of nearly any size. For smaller companies, a single OS/2-based server can handle all communication tasks. Larger organizations with high-volume messaging needs can assign individual processes (e-mail, fax, etc.) among multiple servers, using the WorldLink Process Manager to manage traffic and ensure the smooth flow of information.
 "WorldLink Technology gives system administrators the tools they need to manage their messaging environments today, and the flexibility they need to adapt as those environments evolve in the future," said Howard Davis, CEO of CompLink. "And it does so at a fraction of the cost of other dedicated communication solutions."
 Founded in 1986, CompLink is a leading developer of multi-platform communication software solutions, with installations in many Fortune 1000 companies. Headquartered in Great neck, CompLink also provides consulting services and has signed strategic agreements with a broad range of international telecommunications carriers.
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 /CONTACT: Alyssa Nightingale of Welch & Nehlen Public Relations, 516-742-2022, for CompLink; or Mark Spinner of CompLink, 516-829-1883/


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