Technology Briefs – WSJ

Novell Files Lawsuit Against PMI Industries

Inc., Provo, Utah, filed a
lawsuit against PMI Industries Inc., San Diego, and two individuals for
alleged copyright and trademark infringement. Novell said the suit, which
was filed in a California district court, alleges that PMI Industries
misused Novell’s trademarks, trade dress and logos to give an upgraded
NetWare product the appearance of a full Novell NetWare product, which was
distributed to ineligible resellers and customers. Novell also alleged the
defendants obtained and sold unbundled original equipment manufacturer
product and unauthorized master license agreement product, as well as
allegedly stolen intraNetWare for small business diskettes.

Network Solutions Unveils Small Business E-Mail Service

Network Solutions
Inc., Herndon,
Va., unveiled Dot Com Mail, a portable e-mail service to help small
businesses maximize their brand names on the Internet. Network Solutions
said for a limited time, the company will offer this business-quality
service free to new customers who reserve their Web address through
RegistrationPlus. After the free offer period, a $4.95 monthly fee per mail
box will apply. The company said Dot Com Mail allows a business to use its
domain name for e-mail, upon reservation with Network Solutions. Network
Solutions said the trial offer includes two free e-mail boxes per Web
address for a limited time and telephone setup services. Network Solutions
registers Internet domain name addresses ending in .com, .net, .org and

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