The main CommuniGate Pro subsystems include:
Remote administration features include:
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CommuniGate Pro is updated on a regular basis.
You can review the history of updates and bug fixes at the CommuniGate Pro History page.
The CommuniGate Pro software is being updated on a regular basis.
The Stable versions include the latest Major Release and subsequent bug fix releases.
The Current versions contain new features that will appear in the next Major release.
Both Stable and Current versions can be used in the Trial Mode. To use them in the production mode, your installation should have the License Keys valid for these versions.
|The Stable Release|
|IBM S/390 (31-bit)|
|IBM S/390 (64-bit)|
|Apple MacOS X (Darwin)||PowerPC|
|IBM OS/400||AS/400 Power|
|The Current ("cutting edge") Release|
A copy of this Guide is included into all versions of the CommuniGate Pro software and can be accessed either via your CommuniGate Pro HTTP server, or directly, as HTML files in your Server WebGuide directory.
You can download the PDF version of this Guide.
The CommuniGate Pro MAPI Connector can be installed on Microsoft® Windows workstations. It provides access to CommuniGate Pro Accounts via the Microsoft Messaging API (MAPI) - the method used with the Microsoft Outlook® and other MAPI-enabled applications.
See the MAPI Connector section for the installation and configuration instructions.
The CommuniGate Media Plugin is available for the modern popular Web browsers. It allows a Web-based application (such as Pronto! or an AJAX-based client) to implement a VoIP endpoint (a "softphone").
See the CommuniGate Media Plugin site for more details.