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                             Forgent Networks, Inc.
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              The Red Oak Fund, LP, a Delaware limited partnership;

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                                 David Sandberg.


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                              PINNACLE FUND, LLLP
                654 Broadway, Suite 5 | New York, New York 10012
               Telephone (212) 614-8952 | Facsimile (646) 390-6784

August 4, 2009

Fellow Stockholders of Asure Software, Inc:

Pinnacle Fund ("Pinnacle") and Red Oak Partners ("Red Oak") are sending you this
letter with our proxy materials to report important recent developments about
Asure Software, Inc. ("ASUR") which you and all fellow shareholders should know.
On Thursday, July 30, we filed our definitive proxy statement, which is attached
to this mailing and which you are encouraged to read in order to make an
informed decision regarding the upcoming director election.  Our slate is highly
qualified and Red Oak asks shareholders who are similarly outraged with ASUR's
directors to vote FOR our slate, to throw ASUR's proxy and proxy card away, and
to disregard any attempts by ASUR to elicit votes by phone due to incessant
calling by ASUR's solicitors.  Pinnacle and Red Oak believe ASUR's directors are
desperately attempting to entrench themselves and that Pinnacle's proxy contains
valuable information about their past history as well as what Pinnacle and Red
Oak want.  Pinnacle's proxy materials can be found at
www.ourmaterials.com/pinnaclefund.  In addition ASUR shareholders are encouraged
to contact MacKenzie Partners, Inc. at 800-322-2885, 212-929-5500 or via email
at proxy@mackenziepartners.com with any questions or for assistance in voting
their shares.

You should be considering several recent developments of interest to

On Tuesday, July 28, Asure ("ASUR") announced it lost a substantial portion
(Pinnacle believes nearly half or possibly more) of its cash balance when a jury
ruled that ASUR's management and Board breached a contract with its former
outside counsel, Jenkens and Gilchrist.  Substantial attorney's fees and
interest income were also awarded to Jenkens (ASUR has not informed shareholders
how much it spent on its own attorneys fees in this case).  We are greatly
disappointed with the continuation of material losses which we believe are
directly attributable to decisions made by ASUR's Board under the direct
leadership of ASUR's Executive Chairman Richard Snyder.  Shareholders have
suffered substantially from these losses, and Mr. Snyder's recent claims that
ASUR is a 'start-over' (direct quote, ASUR May 27 press release) confirm that
these tens of millions in losses occurred for absolutely no future benefit and
instead solely reflect destruction of shareholder value.  It is time for a

Pinnacle had been trying for some time to engage ASUR in discussions to
eliminate further losses arising from the Board's litigation, which Pinnacle
believes is designed primarily to keep the Board and management in office.
Following the news of ASUR's legal loss to Jenkens, on Wednesday, July 29, an
email was sent from ASUR's outside general counsel to one of Pinnacle's
attorneys and is printed below in its entirety:

Peter --
     Sorry I missed your call.  I'm available any time. Call now or once you get
off the phone.
     The Company's bottom line is this:  Given the Jenkens lawsuit judgment, the
Company's cash position has about been cut in half; the Company estimates that
it would have about $5 million in cash remaining if the judgment were paid
today. The Company can either spend that remaining money on the lawsuit against
Sandberg and his group, together with the proxy fight, or spend it productively
on growing the business.  The Company certainly has a preference for the
latter,but make no mistake, the Company's resolve has not weakened -- the Board
believes that Sandberg et al are bad for the Company for all the reasons stated
in the Company's pleadings, SEC filings and press releases.  In fact, the Board
believes that now more than ever.
    Putting aside whatever interest Sandberg has in taking control of the
Company and managing it going forward, the question is simply this: As the
largest single group of stockholders -- with clearly the most to lose -- do
Sandberg and his group want to try to salvage any value in their investment, or
do they prefer to run the Company into the ground fighting over what, in the
end, will likely be a lifeless carcass ?  It seems like a pretty simple choice
to me, really.  If Sandberg et al continue to fight the law suit and contest the
election, the Company will do likewise. There is no ambivalence in that regard
at the Board level.   As a result, the Company will likely exhaust substantially
all of its cash reserves prior to the meeting date.  Then, win or lose, and
irrespective of the eventual outcome of the lawsuit itself, Sandberg and his
group will have nothing... the Company will be on life support without any cash
and Sandberg's group will have lost all or substantially all of its  investment
in the Company; a pyrrhic victory in the classic sense.
     I haven't spoken to the Board re options yet, and can't speak on the
Board's behalf, but perhaps we all ought to give some thought to alternatives.
While Sandberg is anathema to the Board, I suppose a minority position for one
or two of Sandberg's guys might be tolerated; I'm not at all sure, but it's a
possibility.  Also, we might want to look into whether we can orchestrate some
sort of buy out of the Sandberg group's position; again, I'm not sure what the
Board is willing to entertain or what the Company can practically do, but it's
probably worth some thought. In the final analysis, the one thing I am sure of
however, is that the Board is not willing to cede control to Sandberg and his
group.   If that's what they want, they'll have to fight for it and win, and
then they can enjoy the spoils.

Mark G. Johnson
214.745.5600  direct

Red Oak and Pinnacle are gravely concerned with ASUR's willingness to "likely
exhaust substantially all of its cash reserves prior to the meeting date," leave
it as a "lifeless carcass," and that "There is no ambivalence in that regard at
the Board level," especially in light of ASUR's recent and substantial Jenkens
loss and its materially reduced cash levels, concurrent with a continued
operating cash burn.  Despite this communication from ASUR, Red Oak and Pinnacle
requested a conference call with ASUR's Board to explore a potential settlement.
ASUR's Board agreed to allow its CEO and Director Nancy Harris to speak with Mr.
Sandberg on Friday, July 31, and on that call Mr. Sandberg openly stated:
	a.	that Pinnacle believes the Board needs a change given ASUR's
	b.	that Pinnacle is not after control of ASUR and that it would not
		have control of ASUR even if Pinnacle's entire slate was
		elected, because Red Oak's and Pinnacle's representatives only
		account for 2 of its 6 nominees;
	c.	that Red Oak and Pinnacle care about ASUR, believe the business
		has real value, and are willing to reach a compromise in order
		to save the company;
	d.	that to avoid seeing ASUR's Board and management spend all of
		the Company's cash on litigation, Pinnacle and Red Oak are
		willing to agree on a new Board comprised of 3 of Pinnacle's
		nominees, 2 of ASUR's nominees, and a 6th outside Director to be
		brought in upon mutual agreement;
	e.	that Pinnacle expects Richard Snyder to keep his promise made
		during an April 27 meeting when he exclaimed that he had been
		trying to leave ASUR for years and that he would leave right
		after the Go Private vote.  Pinnacle reminds shareholders that
		the June 2nd Go Private vote was canceled on June 1 and that
		ASUR stated that "a substantial majority of the Stockholders
		have now made their preference known" in voting down all three
		of ASUR's Board's proposals.  Instead of leaving ASUR, Mr.
		Snyder was named Executive Chairman less than three weeks after
		the Go Private meeting was canceled and ASUR recently disclosed
		new change of control language under which Mr. Snyder stands to
		receive significant payments;
	f.	that Paul Tesluk (who works under ASUR's current CFO Jay
		Peterson) replace Jay Peterson as CFO.  Numerous individuals
		have contacted Pinnacle claiming to have worked at ASUR with
		direct knowledge of both Mr. Peterson and Mr. Tesluk, and
		Pinnacle believes that Mr. Tesluk can immediately and seamlessly
		fulfill the CFO role and that Mr. Peterson's salary is entirely

Though Mrs. Harris informed Mr. Sandberg that any scenario in which Red Oak's
and Pinnacle's nominees seemingly had control was a "non-starter," Mr. Sandberg
asked Mrs. Harris to confirm that these terms would be shared with ASUR's
independent directors and not just with Mr. Snyder, to which Mrs. Harris agreed.
Thus far, ASUR's response has been that it will not accept any compromise that
includes a loss of majority control by the members of the current Board.  We are
concerned as it seems increasingly evident that - per Mr. Johnson's letter above
- ASUR's entrenched board is determined to retain control at all costs, even if
shareholders are left with "nothing."

Pinnacle and Red Oak previously corrected ASUR's July 24 press release to add
that the judge specifically denied ASUR any expedited discovery in his ruling
and that a magistrate judge confirmed such denial when ASUR renewed its request
in an additional motion.    Pinnacle believes that if ASUR was sincere in its
claims it could have raised its issues months ago and not waited until it became
more likely that its Directors did not have shareholder support and faced being
replaced in an upcoming annual meeting.  Pinnacle notes that ASUR's counsel's
communication only confirms what Pinnacle already believed - that ASUR's entire
litigation reflects an effort by its Directors to entrench themselves, attempt
to "price" any opposing parties out through excessive legal bills, and is a
continuation of litigation-heavy tactics favored by ASUR under the direct
leadership of Richard Snyder and ASUR's Directors.  Pinnacle notes that these
tactics have clearly only served to hurt shareholders and shareholder value, as
ASUR's Directors and Management have earned significant compensation
simultaneously coincident with years of shareholder losses.

We Warn Shareholders that ASUR may Attempt to Delay the Annual Shareholder

Pinnacle and Red Oak warn shareholders to expect that ASUR's tactics may be
reflected in another move by ASUR to delay its annual shareholder meeting.  If
this is done, it will represent the fifth such occurrence in the past year.  As
noted above, the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Texas denied
ASUR's motion for expedited discovery.  Pinnacle and Red Oak believe that ASUR's
directors are likely to attempt to delay the annual meeting because the courts
have not sided with them and because they face being replaced due to the
significant losses generated under their leadership.  If ASUR attempts to delay
the meeting further, Red Oak and Pinnacle may seek to compel the annual meeting
by court order.

	As background for Asure's long history of delaying its annual
	shareholder meeting, Pinnacle and Red Oak note that:

		a.	On page 15 of ASUR's July 11, 2008 proxy, Asure stated
			that its next annual meeting would occur in calendar
			2008.  No meeting occurred in calendar 2008.
		b.	On ASUR's December 16, 2008 earnings call, Asure then
			stated it would hold its annual meeting within "the next
			90 to 120 days," or March to April of 2008.  No such
			meeting occurred in March or April 2008.
		c.	On ASUR's March 12, 2009 earnings call, ASUR stated it
			would hold its annual meeting in the May, June, or July
			timeframe.  No such meeting occurred in any of those
		d.	On July 15, Asure delayed its annual meeting initially
			set for July 30 to August 28 under the guise that the
			Securities & Exchange Commission required more time for
			the review of ASUR's proxy.  ASUR's definitive proxy was
			filed just two days later, on July 17, 2009.

For all of the reasons above, Pinnacle and Red Oak ask shareholders to not be
intimidated by ASUR's proxy solicitor's constant phone calls and to instead
focus on the losses incurred by all shareholders alike under the leadership of
ASUR's directors - since Chairman Richard Snyder first joined ASUR's Board,
ASUR's share price has declined approximately 97%.  Since all of ASUR's
directors joined the company its price has declined over 90%, and during that
time ASUR has reported in excess of $35 million in losses.  Despite this, ASUR
has claimed that the company is a "start-over."  Instead of reducing costs in
the face of continued substantial losses, ASUR has stated it will spend all of
ASUR's cash and disclosed new change of control language allowing both its
Chairman Richard Snyder and its CFO Jay Peterson to receive substantial payments
under the newly disclosed terms.  As ASUR's counsel's letter implies, ASUR is
prepared to leave shareholders with a "carcass."

We believe ASUR requires a change in leadership in order to survive and that our
nominees can create the value ASUR's directors have failed to.  We ask you to
vote FOR our slate of nominees by completing and returning the BLUE card.
Please contact MacKenzie Partners, Inc. at 800-322-2885, 212-929-5500 or via
email at proxy@mackenziepartners.com with any questions or for assistance in
voting your shares.

As fellow shareholders, we hope that you agree with us that ASUR needs change
and we ask that you vote FOR our highly qualified Nominees.


David Sandberg

Portfolio Manager, Pinnacle Fund LLLP

Important Information
Pinnacle Fund, LLLP ("Pinnacle") and Red Oak Partners LLC ("Red Oak") filed a
definitive proxy statement with the Securities and Exchange Commission on July
30, 2009, in connection with the annual meeting of stockholders of Forgent
Networks, Inc. (the "Company") to be held on August 28, 2009.  Stockholders are
strongly advised to carefully read Pinnacle's definitive proxy statement, as it
contains important information.  Pinnacle and certain other persons are deemed
participants in the solicitation of proxies from stockholders in connection with
the annual meeting of stockholders.  Information concerning such participants is
available in Pinnacle's definitive proxy statement.  Stockholders may obtain,
free of charge, copies of Pinnacle's definitive proxy statement and any other
documents Pinnacle files with or furnishes to the Securities and Exchange
Commission in connection with the annual meeting of stockholders at www.sec.gov
by selecting "Search" at the top right and then typing "forgent" into the box
asking for the Company Name, and through the following website: