ORANGE, Calif. — ENow, Inc., innovative leaders in the development of software to simplify Microsoft Exchange system management, today announced the formal launch of Mailscape V4.3. Mailscape is a unique and innovative systems management tool that automates and streamlines Exchange monitoring, reporting, and administration.

The highly-anticipated launch of V4.3 includes the Mailscape Global Console for multi-national deployments, automated push upgrades for monitored servers and Microsoft Exchange 2007 support. In addition, several new and enhanced reports have been introduced to help administrators optimize email system performance and track database growth.

ENow Mailscape V4.3“Mailscape is the cumulative result of a decade of experience in managing Exchange using both manual processes and third-party point solutions,” says ENow’s Principal Architect JP Gundotra. “It was designed by Exchange administrators for Exchange administrators. We built Mailscape to make our jobs-and yours-easier.”

“I would have to say that Mailscape is the most impressive and intuitive Exchange tool I’ve ever seen. It’s a MUST for any IT team managing Exchange,” says Brian Scott, IT Manager for Twistbox Entertainment.

Learn more by downloading a free trial copy on our website. In addition you can obtain ENow’s new white paper, “Exchange Monitoring – Improve Performance, Minimize Downtime.”

Mailscape V4.3 is available now through ENow’s global network of value-added resellers and distributors.

About ENow, Inc.
ENow is a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner specializing in high-end Exchange consulting and the development of software to simplify Exchange system management. The company’s flagship product is an innovative utility called Mailscape that provides administrators with a “one-look dashboard view” of the entire Exchange environment.

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