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DAS Technology Announces LSP and LMAIL to Migrate from Microsoft to Linux.

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LinuxWorld San Francisco 2002

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TAIPEI, Taiwan--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Aug. 5, 2002

Das Technology has just announced LMAIL, a webmail system, to provide migration function to migrate all existing Outlook/Outlook Express mails/addressbook to LMAIL on Linux.

LMAIL is a webmail on top of POSTFIX mail server (on Linux). LMAIL also comes with client side software which runs on Windows 98/ME/XP/NT/2000 to extract all existing mails/addressbook, and then transfer them to LMAIL on Linux. This is fantastic news for those who have thousands of mails and hundreds of addresses spreading on several computers. You can now access all your existing mails/addressbook from any browser, anywhere. Please refer to http://das.com.tw/elmail.htm for more news, and visit booth No. 1869 at the upcoming Linuxworld.

Das has also integrated LMAIL with its LSP, which migrates NT/2000 servers to Linux. LSP can migrate all users, groups, passwords, shared files, permission, web/FTP directories, and IIS configuration to Linux automatically. It also provides a GUI tool very similar to Windows. This GUI tool can even let those who have never used Linux before administer Linux within minutes. ZDNet has a review report on this (http://techupdate.zdnet.com/techupdate/stories/main/ 0,14179,2809945,00.html). (Due to the length of this URL, it may be necessary to copy and paste this hyperlink into your Internet browser's URL address field.)

As quoted by Michael P. Denigan on www.zdnet.com: "LSP is a good product for performing an NT-to Linux migration...LSP's automated migration process can be a huge time-saver, especially for larger environments with thousands of users; and at a list price of $500, the convenience of LSP is more than worth the price!" Turbolinux has already shipped thousands of their servers with LSP in Mainland China.

The integration of LSP and LMAIL can achieve following benefit:

1. Seamless Migration from NT/2000 to Linux

While LSP migrate users and passwords to Linux, those NT/2000

administrators do not have to worry about thousands of users/

passwords for mail servers.

2. Quota

LSP 3.0 can now configure individual user mailbox quota for LMAIL.

3. Mail Queue Management

"Our goal is to make NT/2000 administrators and Windows users

migrating to Linux with low cost and minimal learning," said Adam

Wu, president of Das Technology. "LMAIL 2.0 will migrate Exchange

server!"

For more information, please visit www.das.com.tw

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