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To: Cush who wrote (1650)2/13/2001 11:15:03 AM
From: caly
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Thanks for the info.

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To: caly who wrote (1651)2/13/2001 11:34:06 AM
From: Cush
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You're welcome Calypso. Trading resumes at 11:45

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To: Cush who wrote (1652)2/13/2001 1:14:35 PM
From: caly
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Well then, that was well received, wasn't it? LOL!

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To: caly who wrote (1653)2/13/2001 1:24:53 PM
From: Cush
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Ya, we rallied for about 8 cents, for about 8 minutes.

This sell-off is disconcerting.

I suspect that some fund decided to unload, and I further suspect that these guys call around to the other houses when they have a large chunk to unload, and that when they did yesterday morning, a lot of those houses decided they could sell and re-buy at better values.

Somebody just coughed up $18 million to get in.

I don't know if we're at the bottom but I do believe we'll see the price recover over the next two weeks.

Cush

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To: Cush who wrote (1654)2/13/2001 2:39:25 PM
From: Rampant
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I concur I thinkyou have to put this one away on the top shelf up behind the cookies-LOL Alan

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To: Rampant who wrote (1655)2/22/2001 9:59:43 AM
From: Cush
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Thomas Koll takes helm at Infowave

biz.yahoo.com

New CEO sets course to capture emerging market as company closes latest round of financing

BOTHELL, WA, Feb. 22 /CNW/ - Infowave Software, Inc. (TSE: IW - news), a global provider of software that connects enterprise applications to wireless devices, today announced that Thomas Koll has taken the helm as the company's Chief Executive Officer, on the heels of Infowave's successful CDN$12.5M round of financing. Koll announced his intent to join Infowave in December 2000.

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To: Cush who wrote (1656)2/23/2001 9:21:40 AM
From: Davy Crockett
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Infowave announces support for RIM Blackberry(TM) devices

biz.yahoo.com

Regards,
Peter

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To: Davy Crockett who wrote (1657)2/23/2001 11:49:35 PM
From: P. Ramamoorthy
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Any clue as to when they will list in NASDAQ? Ram

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To: P. Ramamoorthy who wrote (1658)2/24/2001 12:10:54 AM
From: Davy Crockett
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Sorry no idea... if i remember correctly from my BII days (BIDS) Bidcom, I think we have to hold above 7.00 $US over 30 days.

Anyway, @ the rate this market is going why would you want to list on the NAZ? I think that may drive the share price lower @ this point in time. I never thought I would say this, but, I think they should just stay on the TSE until market conditions improve (whenever that is...)

Regards,
Peter

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To: Davy Crockett who wrote (1659)2/26/2001 1:34:16 PM
From: Rampant
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Infowave announces support for Palm(TM) devices

Infowave's industry leading device support extends to the world's most
popular handheld computer

BOTHELL, WA, Feb. 26 /CNW/ - Infowave Software, Inc. (TSE:IW), a global
provider of software that connects enterprise applications to wireless
devices, today announced support for Palm(TM) devices through Infowave's
award-winning Wireless Business Engine(TM). Palm support is included in the
latest release of Infowave's Exchange Connector, currently shipping, which
provides mobile users real-time access to Microsoft(R) Exchange(R) email,
calendar, tasks and contacts through a range of wireless devices.
By providing support for a spectrum of devices, Infowave's Wireless
Business Engine offers an IT manager the flexibility to support mobile
professionals to use the wireless device of their choice -- from laptops,
handheld and Palm-based computers to Internet-ready mobile phones and pagers -
all from a single platform.
"The market leaders will be those providing scalable, device-independent
and network-independent solutions that allow corporate decision makers to
empower their knowledge workforce - helping them to keep pace with the
accelerating heartbeat of business," said Bob Egan, vice president and
research director for mobile and wireless at Gartner.
"Palm support further extends our lead in providing wireless connectivity
to enterprise information from the broadest spectrum of computing devices,"
says Ron Jasper, vice president of marketing at Infowave. "Palm is the world's
most popular handheld computing platform and has gained acceptance in
corporate America. Infowave's support enables mobile workers to use their
Palm, Handspring and other Palm OS-based devices as a real-time window into
their important corporate email and PIM information. It also enables IT
managers to standardize on Infowave's Wireless Business Engine to support the
wealth of devices that their staff will use to connect back to the office."

About Infowave
Infowave (TSE: IW) builds wireless business solutions that connect mobile
workers to the critical information they need to be more productive and more
competitive. Infowave's Wireless Business Engine provides fast, secure and
reliable wireless access to web-based applications, the Internet, corporate
intranets, and Microsoft(R) Exchange. Infowave works across the full spectrum
of computing devices from laptop computers and PDAs to the newest generation
of web-enabled mobile phones. Infowave's Wireless Business Engine is earning
customers today and has been selected by sophisticated technology leaders such
as Compaq, Intel, Nokia and AT&T Wireless. For more information, please visit
www.infowave.com.

Note: Infowave Software, Inc. has trademarks for or has applied for a
trademark for "Infowave", the Infowave logo, and "Wireless Business Engine".
All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners. Some of the
above trademarks may be registered in certain jurisdictions.

Palm OS is a registered trademark and Palm is a trademark of Palm, Inc.
or its subsidiaries.

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