Ben Langhinrichs

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Thu 25 Jun 2009, 05:09 PM
iFidelity 3.0 and iFidelity Gateway 3.0 are available for all Windows 32-bit (or 64-bit with 32-bit Domino) and AIX 4.3.3/5.x 32-bit, as the well as most distros of Linux, including any officially supported by IBM for that version of Domino.  If your company has a need for iFidelity on any other platform, please let us know.

We fully recognize the need to support Domino 64-bit versions, but we couldn't make it for the initial version.  Version 3.1 should support Windows 64-bit Domino.  All other plans are up in the air.  If this causes you a great inconvenience and you happen to have 150,000 people to license in a hurry, let us know and I'm sure we can make it happen very quickly.  Otherwise, it will happen... fairly quickly.

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Thu 25 Jun 2009, 12:12 PM
Granted, they are free licenses, but I've never had 26 companies licensed to use a software product that I just released 12 hours earlier.  Makes me glad I did so much testing.  Sheesh!

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Thu 25 Jun 2009, 10:19 AM
Now that iFidelity is officially released, and now that the first twenty-four Business Partners have requested their free licenses, I thought I'd mention a small iFidelity feature that may be unknown to people.  I haven't mentioned it because I don't want to give anybody the mistaken impression that iFidelity is made for sending HTML mail - it isn't.  iFidelity is made for sending well rendered email, the vast, vast majority of which is regular rich text mail that you just want to get to the recipient looking like you sent it.

But the truth is, every once in a while, there is an advantage to including some HTML, either for an entire message or for a simple URL based image or something that you want to appear "just so".  With that in mind, iFidelity does recognize passthrough HTML and include it.  To show a really simple example, in this case with the whole message in HTML:

Email as it was sent from Notes

Inline JPEG image

Email as it would be received elsewhere

Sad face.  I do not have iFidelity.orHappy face.  I have iFidelity.

Dear Customer:

Are your emails reaching your customers looking somewhat less polished than you might hope - tables garbled, fonts changed, information missing? How would you like a solution that you can drop in and forget that will make your emails render in Outlook or elsewhere the way they looked in Lotus Notes? Try the revolutionary new plugin, iFidelity for Lotus Notes.

iFidelity for Lotus Notes
Version 3.0
Genii Software

Request an evaluation license today and see what you have been missing: Evaluation request

Best Regards,

Ben Langhinrichs
Genii Software
+1 216-991-5220

Copyright 2009 Genii Software Ltd.