Hackathon: My Messages Inbox (Mobile)

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My Messages Inbox is a mobile application that connects to a DotNetNuke site to allow users of that site to view their DNN inbox on the go. It is developed in C# & Java by Abadi Kurniawan and Brian Dukes, software developers from Engage Software.




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