Sendmail names Korean distributor

Summary:Sendmail, a company hoping to profit from the widespread use of the open-source e-mail software of the same name, has named C'Quest as its distributor in Korea. The business relationship has resulted in a major customer for the company, Korean Air, which is using Sendmail running on Linux on an IBM z900 mainframe.

Sendmail, a company hoping to profit from the widespread use of the open-source e-mail software of the same name, has named C'Quest as its distributor in Korea. The business relationship has resulted in a major customer for the company, Korean Air, which is using Sendmail running on Linux on an IBM z900 mainframe.

IBM won the Korean airline as a customer in July. Red Hat, behind competitors in selling a version of Linux for mainframes, plans to release its mainframe Linux in the next two weeks.

Topics: IBM, Hardware, Linux, Open Source, Operating Systems, Software, Travel Tech

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