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I hope this doesn't cross the boundary of of the list but since it's members
would not typically be prospects, I thought I would pose the question to you
for your feedback. I have been involved in the IBM midrange e-mail market
since 1982 with consulting services and products that ran on S34, 36 and 38
platforms. Starting out with green screen e-mail and interface to e-mail
networks such as EasyLink, GE, Sprint, Infonet, etc. Of course the market
has changed and the play now is generally around the functions of e-mail
integration of the AS/400 (iSeries 400) with the internet, Exchange, Notes,
Unix, Linux, etc. oftentimes with no green screen terminals involved at all
but just e-mail enabling application programs to send documents via e-mail
rather than via fax or snail mail.

As consultants I would be interested in your feedback relative to the
market.
Do you continue to encounter clients that have 5250 terminals that need an
e-mail system to intergrate with their LAN e-mail infrastructure?
Do your clients have projects to send invoices, purchase orders, etc via
e-mail in PDF format?
Or are your clients solving all of their e-mail agendas through LAN products
such as Exchange or Notes.

Thanks for any feedback.

Wilton Rooks
www.e-mdx.com
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