Press Release

SOURCE: Caelo Software Inc.

Caelo Software Chief Architect to Participate in Panel at the Email Technology Conference

Vancouver, BC June 10, 2004 - Caelo Software Inc., an "e-mail productivity" software company, today announced that David Clark, Caelo Founder, CEO and Chief Architect, will participate in a panel discussion Email Overload: Managing Legitimate Email at the Email Technology Conference in San Francisco. The panel discussion will take place on June 18th at 9:15 am PT.

The panel discussion, moderated by Ben Gottesman, Executive Editor, Software and Services - PC Magazine, will provide a lively discussion on managing the overload of legitimate email. Caelo has been invited to bring a fresh perspective into the mix, and will discuss how their Nelson Email Organizer (NEO) product helps to improve productivity and help relieve email stress and fatigue.

"There is an urgent need of better tools to manage the flood of legitimate email." says David Clark.

About David Clark

David has dedicated most of his working life to designing and implementing high performance messaging protocols and systems including Caelo's Nelson Email Organizer. Prior to founding Caelo, David was the chief architect on numerous messaging projects for large North American and European companies.

About the Email Technology Conference
June 16 to 18, 2004
The Palace Hotel
San Francisco, CA

The Email Technology Conference is the only conference where industry analysts, technologists, policy makers, the press, and businesses can collaborate and discuss topical issues around email and learn what they can do to optimize the use of this mission-critical medium. The conference addresses the issues businesses face, showcases today's solutions, and provides unique insight into the future technologies and uses of email.

About Caelo Software Inc.

With offices in Vancouver, Nelson BC and Bellingham WA, Caelo Software Inc. (pronounced Kay-lo) is dedicated to developing software productivity solutions to help people cope with "e-mail overload".

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