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Linux-Kongress 2002
9th International Linux System Technology Conference
September 4-6, 2002 in Cologne, Germany

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Supporting organisations: Samsung



Samsung SDS Europe GmbH
Am Kronberger Hang 6
65824 Schwalbach am Taunus

Phone: +49-6196-66-6512
Fax: +49-6196-66-6507

Samsung Contact is an email server product, offering the lowest total cost of ownership, extreme scalability and solid reliability to email desktop clients. Amongst the clients supported is Microsoft Outlook, including the "collaboration" features (such as shared calendars, delegation and offline folders) which are otherwise only accessible when using a Microsoft server. Customers can easily migrate to Samsung Contact from leading email products such as Microsoft Exchange, Lotus Domino and HP OpenMail. The product has been developed following Samsung's win of perpetual licensing rights over Hewlett-Packard's highly successful OpenMail technology. Investment and commitment to the roadmap will continue to build on the success of OpenMail, and expectations are that Samsung Contact will become the market leader in the field of seamless unified communications. Future development will also encompass technologies such as J2EE and XML.

Samsung Contact is part of the suite of software products under Samsung SDS. Samsung SDS Korea, led by CEO Mr Hong Ki Kim, delivers packaged solutions, professional services, global marketing and Internet-focused services and solutions. Samsung SDS is the leading systems integration, systems management and e-business company in Korea, employing 6,500 people worldwide and generating $1.3 billion (US) in revenues. It has been ranked 38th in Software 500, a survey of software companies around the world by a globally recognised software magazine. For more information, visit

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