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DAVINCI PLANS REMOTE eMAIL BASED ON NOVELL'S NETWARE REMOTE MHS 2.0 SEAMLESS INTEGRATION FOR DAVINCI REMOTE eMAIL USERS

 RALEIGH, N.C., Sept. 20 /PRNewswire/ -- As part of an ongoing commitment to deliver its customers messaging solutions using the latest technology, DaVinci Systems Corporation announced plans today to enhance the latest version of its electronic mail product, DaVinci eMAIL v2.5, to specifically leverage the new features provided by Novell's new NetWare Remote MHS. DaVinci is currently developing a Remote eMAIL v2.5 product for DOS and Windows which it plans to ship Dec. 15, 1993.
 DaVinci Remote eMAIL v2.5 will completely integrate the installation of NetWare Remote MHS with DaVinci Remote eMAIL to allow the seamless installation of both products simultaneously. Similarly, DaVinci Remote eMAIL will offer single point administration allowing users to connect and run their NetWare Remote MHS installation transparently from their eMAIL interface. DaVinci Remote eMAIL will have the appearance and ease of being a monolithic solution with no separation of front-end and back-end functions.
 "We have designed our new DaVinci Remote eMAIL to address the unique needs of the remote user who may also happen to be a LAN user," said Don Rainey, executive vice president of DaVinci Systems. "The tight integration with NetWare Remote MHS will allow DaVinci to deliver a more powerful, enterprise-wide remote messaging solution while also greatly simplifying the installation and administration component of remote messaging."
 DaVinci Remote eMAIL v2.5 will also support NetWare Remote MHS' part-time remote user mode allowing users to send and receive mail remotely via a modem or by connecting to a network via a LAN adapter. Remote eMAIL v2.5 will also leverage the variable calling card parameters and public data network support now offered by NetWare Remote MHS to provide users the ability to adapt to the requirements of their changing remote environments. As in its current, LAN-based eMAIL product, DaVinci's new remote product will provide support for Novell's SMF-71 and SMF-70 specifications. DaVinci will also reduce the amount of disk space required by the new remote product and will offer wireless remote messaging via the RAM Mobile Data Network and NetWare Remote MHS.
 "DaVinci's Remote eMail v2.5 product is another demonstration of their support for Novell's MHS platform. Fully integrating Remote MHS allows them to provide our customers' with a simple, manageable messaging solution," said Rick Bohdanowicz, marketing director of the NetWare Products Division for Novell, Inc. (NASDAQ-NMS: NOVL).
 DaVinci currently offers a remote eMAIL product for DOS and Windows which is a port of the full functioning, LAN-based product to a one user license. The current Remote eMAIL product currently requires the separate installation of NetWare MHS v1.5 Personal Edition.
 DaVinci Systems Corporation is a leading suppler of NetWare MHS-based electronic mail for NetWare networks with 1.3 million mailboxes installed worldwide. DaVinci products include eMAIL for DOS, eMAIL for Windows, MacAccess, DaVinci CaLANdar, The Coordinator and assorted utilities. DaVinci supports recognized industry standards such as NetWare, IPX, NetWare MHS, Macintosh, DR-DOS, MS-DOS, and Windows.
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 /CONTACT: Debbie Bird, Industry Relations Manager of DaVinci Systems Corporation, 919-881-4320/
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