Messageware Adds Gold Competency in Messaging, Adding to their other competencies in Security, ISV/Software, Networking Infrastructure and Mobility Solutions.

April 12, 2012, Toronto, Canada – Messageware, (, the world’s leading provider of enterprise security, productivity and customization solutions for Microsoft Office Outlook Web App (OWA), today announced it has achieved a new Microsoft Partner Network Gold Competency in Messaging. This is the organization’s fifth competency, having added to competencies in Security, ISV/Software, Networking Infrastructure and Mobility Solutions.

By earning this competency, Messageware has demonstrated its commitment to helping organizations worldwide maximize their investment in Microsoft Exchange through the use of Messageware solutions for OWA. To earn a Microsoft Gold Competency, organizations must complete a rigorous set of tests to prove their level of technology expertise, have a requisite number of Microsoft Certified Professionals, submit customer references, and demonstrate their commitment to customer satisfaction by participating in an annual survey. Messageware is a proud member of the Microsoft Solution Partner Network for over 15 years and a Gold member for the last decade.

Messageware’s security and productivity solutions for OWA consist of nine award-winning applications that seamlessly integrate with all versions of Exchange. With ActiveSend, AttachView, CalendarPack, OWA Desktop, OWA Print and Plus Pack, the user experience is improved by making OWA more like the Outlook client, so that emails and documents can be composed, sent and printed as easily as in the desktop application. AttachView, NavGuard, OWA Guard and TimeGuard provide end-point security in Outlook Web App, adding additional layers of protection to OWA sessions, email accounts and documents.

“The Gold Messaging competency provides our customers with peace-of-mind that we have the technical expertise needed to help them meet their business challenges and affirms our role as the market leader,” said Mark Rotman, President & CEO of Messageware.