In 2023, the Russian software developer Myofis will release a domestic analogue of the Microsoft Outlook corporate email client. This is reported by the publication “Vedomosti”, referring to the roadmap approved by the government “New system-wide software”.
The state corporation Rosatom acted as the customer of the new product. I-Teco group of companies will be engaged in integration of analog of Outlook from “Myoffice”. The project is estimated at 1.1 billion rubles.
According to the terms of reference specified in the roadmap, the software from Myoffice will have to support more than 400,000 e-mail accounts, taking into account the fact that each user will send 50 messages per day with an average volume of 500 KB. Also, the Russian analogue of Outlook is expected to have an address book with the ability to search for contacts by various attributes. The program will have to be supported by both computers and smartphones.
The product release is expected by the end of 2023. According to the government’s plan, by March, MyOffice should present a working architecture of the mail client, and from June to September, conduct a pilot test of the novelty.
Earlier, Gazeta.Ru wrote that an analogue of Jira and Trello called Yaga would be developed in Russia .