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Cyber fixers come to a comp near you

Troubled by unsolicited cyber salesmen, vanishing e-mail, virus and spam in your in-box? Fret no more, as help is at hand from deeproot.co.in.

By: IANS
| Updated on: Jun 01 2005, 10:45 IST

Bangalore-based DeepRoot Linux has come out with its 'DeepOfix' messaging server, which it calls a 'complete, flexible and easy-to-use messaging platform'.

'It makes messaging and e-mail much more efficient for an organisation. It's based on (the alternative operating system) GNU/Linux, yet it is simple enough for someone who has never used GNU/Linux in one's life,' said Abhinav.

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The 28-year-old says his firm, which builds tools on — and in — Free Software, wanted to offer affordable solutions in the vital messaging sector for firms, which would otherwise have to go in for software based on tools like Microsoft Exchange or Lotus Notes 'that can be very costly'.

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This solution also offers Web-based access to e-mail, security for multiple security protocols, LDAP-based address books, e-mail distribution lists, private instant messaging, anti-virus software integration, server monitoring, e-mail tracking facilities, mailbox migration tools, support for unlimited users, multiple e-mail domains and compatibility with all standards-based mail clients.

DeepRoot promises 'high availability' solutions and the 'most cost-effective solutions'. Besides, its software is sold without any pre-user licences. Instead, server charges are only on a per-server basis.

He said that inquiries had been received from Britain, South America and the Middle East, but added: 'We simply don't have the resources to support a marketing system there right now. In the next 6 to 9 months, we hope to achieve this.'

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