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CommSuite 95 was a communications software "suite" of products launched by the Canadian software company Delrina in December 1995. It was a 32-bit based program created specifically for use in Windows 95. It included WinFax PRO 7.0 (computer fax software), along with WinComm PRO 7.0 (online communications), TalkWorks (a voice mail application), and the Cyberjack suite of Internet components. It used the Telephony Application Programming Interface so that it could discriminate whether an incoming call was a fax, data communications, or a regular voice call. This would be the last official program issued under the Delrina name, the company having been bought out by Symantec the month previous to its release in November 1995.