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Linux Fever Bynari Inc. has debuted TradeServer, offering Internet standard messaging and collaboration tools. It is a Linux alternative to products like Microsoft Exchange.

Information: Reader Response 305.

Fujitsu Siemens Computers, of Paderborn, Germany, and Linuxcare Inc., of San Francisco, have partnered to deliver Linux and open-source consulting and technical support to customers and partners of Fujitsu.

Information: Reader Response 367.

Boston's e-smith inc., which offers communications software for small- and mid-sized firms, has debuted the e-smith server and gateway 4.0 Linux-based communications server.

Information: Reader Response 306.

Axonet Inc., has introduced MegaFlow 3.5 for Linux. It integrates workflow, document management, encryption, digital signatures, threaded discussion, e-forms and more, on the Linux platform.

Information: Reader Response 307.

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