Netscape Communicator

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Netscape Communicator

An earlier suite of Web browsing and groupware tools from Netscape that were packaged as a bundle starting with Navigator 4.0. Communicator refers to any Netscape Navigator product with a version number less than 6.0. It included the Navigator browser, Netscape Messenger email client, Netscape Collabra threaded discussions, Netscape Composer HTML editor and Netscape Conference, which provided audio and videoconferencing, whiteboard, text chat and collaborative browsing. The Professional version added group calendaring and scheduling, remote administration and 3270 emulation. See Netscape Navigator, Netscape Netcaster and Mozilla.
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0, an enterprise-scaleable, real-time scheduling solution; Netscape Messaging Server software, Netscape's powerful open standards based electronic messaging system; Netscape Collabra Server software, Netscape's high-performance, open discussion server for collaboration and knowledge-sharing among teams of people; and Netscape Global Directory Services, a native implementation of the lightweight directory access protocol (LDAP) standard for managing people and resources on Intranets.
OpenMail is an open, standards-based, business-ready messaging infrastructure that, in conjunction with Netscape News Server and the Netscape Messenger and Netscape Collabra components of Netscape Communicator, allows companies to communicate via e-mail and groupware; publish and manage rich content; share calendars and schedules; and conduct conferences -- enhancing team productivity and communication across multiple locations.
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