OfficeVision

OfficeVision

Integrated office automation applications from IBM that ran in all IBM computer families, especially VM. Introduced in 1989 and discontinued in 2003, it included email, scheduling, document creation and distribution as well as decision support and graphics capabilities. Originally IBM's PROFS software, which came out in 1981, OfficeVision was the first major implementation of SAA and incorporated the Presentation Manager interface across OS/2 networks, AS/400s and mainframes.
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IBM had originally intended to unite the different implementations of OfficeVision for AS/400s and mainframes and make the united OfficeVision suite available on PC servers as well, but never got it out the door.
When IBM announced the OfficeVision family of SAA-based software last May, it was joined by 12 of the best-known U.
Microsoft Exchange and Microsoft Mail, Lotus Notes and cc:Mail, Novell GroupWise, HP OpenMail and the HP Digital Sender family of network scanners, IBM AS/400 and OfficeVision, or SAP R/2 and R/3 users can send and receive faxes, e-mail and all other message types directly from their desktop without having to go through any training or install any new software on their desktop.
The Sun Unix system needs at least four and IBM's Officevision will need eight million bytes of RAM.
N-PLEX Connect transparently shields the outside world from an organization's internal messaging infrastructure by providing a single Internet domain across all messaging systems such as Microsoft Exchange, Lotus Notes, Lotus cc:Mail, Digital All-In-1, Fischer TAO Mail and IBM OfficeVision.
By providing consistent Internet addressing across all messaging systems such as Microsoft Exchange, Lotus Notes, Lotus cc:Mail, Digital All-In-1, and IBM OfficeVision, N-PLEX Connect transparently shields the outside world from an organization's internal messaging infrastructure.
It updates the current OfficeVision calendar interface with a graphical Web browser interface so users can easily view their calendars by day or month, find available meeting times, and schedule meetings times and conference rooms.
In the next release, Veranda will also natively support most major messaging resources including OpenMail, OfficeVision, BeyondMail, Netsatisfaction, Optus, and Omtool, to name a few.
IBM, PROFS and OfficeVision are registered trademarks and
Connectivity for SYSM include gateways to Internet, Pager, MHS, FAX, IBM Mail Exchange, EasyLink, Bitnet, OfficeVision, PROFS and PCs.
Microsoft and Attachmate will proactively target opportunities to integrate IBM PROFS, OfficeVision and SNADS messaging systems with Microsoft Exchange through the powerful Attachmate EXTRA
0 provides synchronization for a wide variety of directories, including Microsoft Mail, Microsoft Exchange Server, Lotus Notes, Lotus cc:Mail, HP OpenMail, Fischer TAO, Verimation MEMO, IBM OfficeVision and X.