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Microsoft gears up for e-commerce revolution

Microsoft laid the groundwork for its electronic commerce strategy today when it extended its family of BackOffice server applications.
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Exchange Server 4.5, now in beta, adds to the capabilities of version 4.0, allowing users to view content stored in Exchange Server using a Web browser. It also offers access to Internet Newsgroups through the NNTP protocol, and extends the legacy e-mail support in 4.0. Also, shipping today are Proxy Server 1.0 and the Internet commerce tool, Merchant Server 1.0.

Microsoft can be contacted by telephone on 01734-270001.

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