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VIM has vigor. (Vendor Independent Messaging interface; Lotus Development Corp.) (Brief Article)
November 1, 1992... In September, seeking to strengthen its lead in the E-mail market, Lotus Development Corp. became the first company to deliver software that conforms to the Vendor Independent Messaging (VIM) interface. VIM, championed by Lotus Development and supported by IBM, Apple Computer, Novell,...
Interface agents learn your work habits. (Massachusetts Institute of Technology's professor Pattie Maes research interface agent for electronic mail systems) (Brief Article)
November 1, 1992... If computers are so smart, why must we tell them to do the same things over and over again? That's a question Pattie Maes, a professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology's Media Lab, is trying to address. She's developing an architecture for what she calls an interface agent, an...
Lotus dumps LotusWorks for Windows. (Lotus Development Corp.'s integrated package) (Brief Article)
November 1, 1992... Customers weren't clamoring for the Microsoft Windows version of LotusWorks, according to Lotus Development Corp., so in September, the company cancelled the job of adapting its low-end integrated package to Windows. LotusWorks for Windows was 18 months into development and scheduled to...
Lotus adopts X.400 standard. (Lotus Development Corp.'s cc:Mail Router X.400 electronic mail system) (Brief Article)
November 1, 1992... In a move designed to broaden cc:Mail's appeal, Lotus Development Corp. announced a plan to add support for the X.400 international standard to its electronic-mail system. The X.400 standard sets procedures for exchanging messages between otherwise incompatible computers. Companies use the...
A new edition. (Editor's Viewpoint) (Editorial)
November 1, 1992... When Lotus Development Corp. sold LOTUS magazine in January 1991, it marked the beginning of a unique relationship between a leading PC-software vendor and a global publishing company. For almost two years LOTUS has been part of International Data Group, the world's largest publisher of...