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Re: CosmosKey (GoogleApps Driver): Are they still in business?

On 7/26/2012 11:46 AM, celsolima wrote:
> Does anybody know if that company called CosmosKey that sells (or used
> to sell) a version of the GoogleApps driver is still in business? Their
> site is still up, but nobody seems to be answering the phone or replying
> to e-mails. If anybody knows anything about them, let me know.

I have not heard a peep in a while, but then I did not have a lot of

I can speak well of the Novell driver, having watched it be implemented
is a foolishly large environment and succeed and scale in very amusing ways.

I know there are other such drivers from other vendors, but based on
what I have seen, the Novell sold one (Really written by Consensus, who
may be a bunch of goofy folk in person, but appear to be quite competent
technically) is probably up there in terms of support and capabilities.

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Re: CosmosKey (GoogleApps Driver): Are they still in business?

On Thu, 26 Jul 2012 17:02:47 +0000, Geoffrey Carman wrote:

> I can speak well of the Novell driver

As can I. Less than three days here from starting initial driver
development, doing the customization needed for our environment, testing,
and now gone live. Relatively easy to work with, and if you're familiar
with IDM driver development, it just works like the others.

If you're doing Google, I can highly recommend this driver to do it with.

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