Vendor Independent Messaging (VIM)

A standard API for applications to integrate with e-mail on Windows 3.x, proposed by Lotus, Borland, IBM & Novell (CC:Mail.) in the early 1990s. Its main competitor was Microsoft's MAPI, which was the eventual winner of the MAPI v. VIM war

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