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Genii Software announces lower prices for COEX! Links
Ben Langhinrichs
Genii Software
+1 216-991-5220

Cleveland, Ohio, 11/25/2003 -- Genii Software announced today that prices have been reduced for COEX! Links 1.0 as part of a outreach campaign for smaller enterprises. The initial server price has been reduced from $10000 to $7500, while additional servers have been reduced from $7500 to $5000. In addition, a Small Business discount has been added. The Small Business discount is modeled after the Very Small Business discount originally created for the Midas Rich Text LSX, which has proven very successful and popular with very small businesses. The Small Business discount for COEX! Links is 50% of the prices listed for any company with 200 or fewer employees. For a company of that size, this means the price has dropped from $10000 to $3750, which should be much more accessible to small businesses. New prices and the Small Business discount are available immediately.

COEX! Links is a powerful coexistence plug-in for companies who use Notes/Domino for workflow and applications, but Outlook or other non-Lotus mail systems, particularly where doclinks are used to support workflow and distributed access to shared resources.

COEX! Links works by intercepting mail routed through a Domino server and converting any doclinks to either NDL file attachments, adding appropriate tags and disclaimers to modified e-mails. The solution supports all kind of Lotus Notes doclinks, view links and database links. Recipients may access the targeted Notes document, view or database by launching the attached NDL file, and then working as originally intended. COEX! Links is currently available for Solaris, AIX and Windows NT/2000 for Domino 5 and Domino 6/6.5.

Please visit to find out more about pricing and customer benefits. A fully functional evaluation license for COEX! Links 1.0 is available for free by filling out our on-line evaluation form.

COEX! Links is a joint product of Genii Software Ltd., Nash!Com Communications Systems, and Consult-and-See Inc.