cc:mail

cc:mail

(tool, product)
Commercial electronic mail software by Lotus Corporation for Microsoft Windows.

cc:Mail

An earlier and widely used messaging system from Lotus that runs on PC LANs. Originally developed by cc:Mail, Inc., Mountain View, CA, Lotus acquired the company in 1991. Mail-enabled applications that are written to the VIM programming interface can use the cc:Mail system.
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2 MAPI Service for cc:Mail, a service that enables Microsoft's new Outlook 2000 and earlier versions of Outlook to be used with cc:Mail LAN and Mobile post offices.
For the past five years, HMS has used Lotus cc:Mail as its network messaging system to share information between different locations.
s cc:Mail, the electronic messaging software, you can use Lotus's cc:FAX for cc:Mail ($1,995).
Previously, Farris was at IBM/Lotus, driving product direction and strategic marketing for Lotus cc:Mail and Lotus Notes.
This year, the firm's communications products - principally its Notes groupware and cc:mail E-mail software - are expected to generate more revenue than its desktop applications business.
Earlier in her career, Julie was a marketing executive at IBM/Lotus where she helped drive product direction and strategic marketing for the next generation Lotus cc:Mail and Lotus Notes product lines.
Previously, she drove product direction at IBM/Lotus and strategic marketing for Lotus cc:Mail and Lotus Notes.
Her background includes tenure at IBM/Lotus, where she drove product direction and strategic marketing for Lotus cc:Mail and Lotus Notes.
Previously, Farris was an executive at IBM/Lotus where she drove product direction and strategic marketing for the next generation Lotus cc:Mail and Lotus Notes product lines.
2 for cc:Mail to Outlook/Exchange Migration -- the latest version of its popular utility for migrating cc:Mail users to Microsoft Outlook and Exchange.
This new tool converts messages, address books and calendars to Outlook/Exchange from: Lotus Notes, cc:Mail, GroupWise, Netscape, IMAP4, MHS, Eudora, Notework, DaVinci, CompuServe, Pegasus, ExpressIT, Outlook Express, Calypso and others.
In 1997, Lotus' cc: Mail had the larger installed base; now cc:Mail is on its way to extinction.