The aim of the X-Itools is to propose an alternative to some well known market products like Microsoft ExchangeÃ¢âÂ¢ or Lotus Notes/DominoÃ¢âÂ¢. X-Itools are already useable and several users as well as some companies use them and are confident with them.
released on 19 April 2004
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