Wired to the World: Xobni
AbstractMicrosoft Mail was first introduced in 1988 forAppleTalk networks. Microsoft Mail becameMicrosoft Outlook around 1996 when it wasintroduced with Microsoft’s Exchange server 5.5. It has since become the most popular e-mail system in the world. However as most of us know it is difficult to use and search through for large volumes of incoming and outgoing emails.A San Francisco company called Xobni (inbox spelled backwards and pronounced “sobnee”) hopes to change this with a plug-in program that is an intelligent index and search filter for Outlook. You can download the program for free at www.xobni.com. It does not work with Microsoft Outlook Express, the scaled down version of Outlook.