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December 7th, 2006 by Corey Davis

Conxsys actually started life in the early 1990′s as Thunderstruck Computer Systems which developed shareware applications and custom applications for local business.  Our most popular applications were Apartment Manager for DOS, Apartment Manager for Windows 3.1, and the PK-ZIP Power Menu for DOS.  At it’s peak, the PK-ZIP Power Menu had over 50,000 users.

Officially founded in 1998 and re-named to Conxsys (kän-x-sis), we switched gears and began to focus on the web and Lotus Notes/Domino.   Through our web services we developed web sites, logos, and presence design for businesses around the globe.  Within a year we began hosting our customers web sites and from there started offering web hosting to the public.  We grew from offering one Linux-based web hosting plan to multiple plans targeted at personal and professional usage.

During this time we also offered Domino consulting and application development through word-of-mouth and customer referrals.  To date we have been involved in Domino conversions from MS-Mail, cc:Mail, and Exchange.  We have been involved in deployments of Domino from R4.5, 5, 6, and 7 of sizes as small as 70 users up to 65,000 users.  We have created customized mail templates, address book templates, and various applications and tools in the Domino environment for over 10 years.

We have just released our first commercial Domino application.  Logistic for Lotus Domino is a multifaceted utility designed to assist organizations with email purge retention, compliance, discovery, and mail database statistical tracking.  You can find out more about this application, or better yet download our free, fully functional 10-user demonstration version.

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  1. Dyan Says:

    Most website builders features easy to learn user interface and pre-designed website templates.

    You need to take classes, join users groups and computer clubs.

    With the advent of Parallels Desktop for Mac, there is now a positive solution to the growing problem.

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