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INBOX BUDDY 1.2 SHIPS!!!
INBOX BUDDY 1.1 SHIPS!!!
Inbox Buddy 1.1, A Next Generation Approach to Email and Spam Management, Is Now Fully Available!
BELMONT, Massachusetts, July 1, 2002 -- Today Inbox Buddy Software, Inc., announced that Inbox Buddy version 1.1 is available for immediate download. Inbox Buddy is a comprehensive personal email assistant for Microsoft Outlook 2000 and Outlook XP and can be downloaded at www.inboxbuddy.com.
Inbox Buddy Software is a startup company that is focused on providing cutting edge software that improves the personal email experience. The Inbox Buddy product is a Microsoft Outlook add-in that provides significant email improvement features such as:
Volume pricing, site licenses, educational discounts and special pricing for non-profit organizations are all readily available.
About Inbox Buddy Software, Inc.
Inbox Buddy Software, Inc., is a startup company based in Belmont, Massachusetts and was founded by J. Scott Johnson and Brian C. Giedt. In the 1980s, Scott and Brian founded NTERGAID together, and developed one of the first hypertext software tools called HyperWriter. After running NTERGAID successfully for a number of years and earning multiple awards for HyperWriter including a prestigious PC Magazine Editor's Choice award, Dataware Technologies acquired the company and the team who later went on to develop award winning Enterprise Knowledge Management software. After parting for a time, this team is together again to do for email what they did for hypertext -- make it easy.
J. Scott Johnson
Inbox Buddy Software, Inc.
Inbox Buddy and Inbox Buddy Software are registered trademarks of Inbox Buddy Software, Inc. Microsoft Outlook, Microsoft Exchange Server and Microsoft are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.
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