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Athenaeums v1.2.1 Released by Deep Sky Technologies, Inc.

Free Update to EIMS Filter Provides Bug Fixes

Vero Beach, FL - Monday, June 7th, 2004: Deep Sky Technologies, Inc., today announced the release of Athenaeums v1.2.1 for MacOS 9 and MacOS X. Athenaeums is an EIMS filter for archiving of standard EIMS log documents, specifically the error log, mail log, sending error log, and console log. This latest release of Athenaeums fixes a couple of bugs in the popular EIMS filter.

The new version of Athenaeums is free to all license holders as of June 2004. Any license for Athenaeums valid through the month of June 2004 are free to upgrade to Athenaeums v1.2.1.

The upgrade release of Athenaeums contains support for alternative log file ending delimiters, with either CR or LF combinations now being supported in all log documents for line endings. Also, a couple of corrections have been made to the handling of aliases in document names and paths.

Features in Athenaeums

The Athenaeums filter has the following features and options that can be easily customized for individual needs:

  • Full, discrete support for all EIMS log documents, including:
    • Error Log;
    • Mail Log;
    • Sending Error Log;
    • Console Log;
  • Does not interrupt operation of EIMS;
  • No quitting of EIMS application required;
  • Daily archives of each separate log document;
  • Hierarchical archiving of log documents by date;
  • Compatibility with MacOS 9 and MacOS X;
  • Compatibility with EIMS and EIMS X;
  • Customizable archive target directory;
  • Custom archive document names;
  • Customizable hierarchical archiving directories;
  • Settable archive document creator and document types;
  • Email notifications of archive actions.

People Are Talking

Here is what just a few of the existing Athenaeums users have had to say:

"I also recommend investing in the Athenaeums filter. It saves the logs every day at 12:00 AM in case you need to go back in time to research a problem. Very helpful."

Greg Lentz, Marin Academy
April 8th, 2004

"Works great. Simple and effective logfile management for EIMS. I haven't had any problems since the early beta."

Scott Bowman, Insync Media
September 2nd, 2003

"There has been a TON of data about our email server that just 'rolled off the top'. Stuff we really need to know. Athenaeums allows us to keep a history of any problems and allows us to answers questions [even] a few days [or more] after someone complains about a lost email."

Michael Ginsberg, MDG Computer Services, Inc.
September 2nd, 2003

Pricing and Availability

The pricing for the different licensing options available for Athenaeums are as follows:

2 CPU License $30.00
5 CPU License $50.00
10 CPU License $80.00

Renewals for Athenaeums licenses are available at a discounted price:

2 CPU License $15.00
5 CPU License $25.00
10 CPU License $40.00

* All prices are in US dollars.

Athenaeums can be licensed directly from Deep Sky Technologies, Inc. Information about and purchases can be made online at:


About Deep Sky Technologies, Inc.

Based in Vero Beach, Florida, Deep Sky Technologies, Inc., provides software development, consulting, hosting, and colocation services. Founded in 1997, Deep Sky Technologies, Inc., develops and supports a wide variety of software development tools and services to aid in the creation of custom applications and web sites for the Macintosh and Windows platform. For more information, please visit our home page at http://www.deepskytech.com/.

For more information contact:

Steven G. Willis
President, Deep Sky Technologies, Inc.

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All trade names referenced in this document are the trademark or registered trademark of their respective holder.

Athenaeums and Athenaeums X are copyright Deep Sky Technologies, Inc.

Macintosh and MacOS are trademarks of Apple Computer, Inc.


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