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Announcing CoexLinks Fidelity 3.70 with mobile/web access and Linux
Fri 5 Dec 2014, 02:19 PMTweet
by Ben Langhinrichs
Genii Software is pleased to announce the immediate availability of CoexLinks Fidelity 3.70, the latest enhancement to its highly regarded coexistence and email fidelity software, now available for Windows and Linux. Along with additional performance and rendering improvements, the major feature is the ability to support rendering when Notes emails are read via mobile device through IBM Notes Traveler and via iNotes on the web or browser. These significantly enhance the value of CoexLinks Fidelity within a Notes/Domino infrastructure.
CoexLinks Fidelity 3.70 is available now for all 32-bit and 64-bit Windows platforms running IBM Domino 6.5x/7.x/8.x/8.5.x/9.x, and for all officially supported 32-bit Linux platforms running IBM Domino 8.5.x/9.x.
Please visit our CoexLinks Fidelity page to find out more about pricing and customer benefits. A fully functional evaluation license is available for free by filling out our on-line evaluation form.
IBM iNotes (browser access)
Access to Notes email via iNotes is useful when you are traveling without a Notes client but need to get your mail. Whether you are viewing through the XPages view on the Notes client or through a browser, your content will appear correctly and function properly.
IBM Notes Traveler (mobile access)
Access to Notes email via Notes Traveler on iOS, Android or Windows mobile devices is critical in today's mobile work force, and now CoexLinks Fidelity provides high quality rendering and protection of data integrity for all of those mobile devices. Whether a phone or a tablet or another device, email is rendered beautifully and functionally. The image below shows how even complex features such as nested tabbed tables are rendered.
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