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Brief demo of Message Store in CoexLinks Fidelity

Tue 8 Apr 2014, 08:18 AM



by Ben Langhinrichs
A few days ago, we announced the release of CoexLinks Fidelity 3.5. Along with high quality MIME rendering for IBM Notes, CoexLinks has a new feature called the Message Store. The Message Store is designed for companies who have mixed environments including Notes/Domino applications, possibly Notes/Domino mail users, along with other users with Microsoft Outlook, GMail or other email systems. While most emails can be converted cleanly and with high fidelity into MIME, some Notes features require or are superior in the Notes client. The example I show here is Notes buttons or action hotspots, but the Message Store also stores encrypted emails and can optionally store messages with OLE objects or structures that render differently outside of Notes such as layout regions, tabbed tables and so forth.

All of the usual CoexLinks functionality is still there, including customizable doclinks allowing migration of selective apps, at the same price but now with even more cow bell.

Best viewed in HD. Closed captions available for following in English or improved auto-translation.



To try out the new CoexLinks Fidelity including the Message Store, fill out an evaluation request or contact us for more information at sales@geniisoft.com.

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