Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 28th Dec 2006 22:22 UTC
IBM IBM's Lotus Software division is taking a bigger bite of Apple's Mac OS X. The company on Dec. 28 formally rolled out the latest version of its Lotus messaging software package, dubbed Notes 7.0.2, which will include e-mail, calendar management tools and instant messaging that is specifically designed for Mac OS X users.
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RE[4]: Fun while it lasted
by kwanbis on Fri 29th Dec 2006 13:33 UTC in reply to "RE[3]: Fun while it lasted"
kwanbis
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2005-07-06

well, that your company has bought lotus notes to use it as an email app, is probably their mistake.

I currently have 119 applications on my workspace, and only two inboxes.

We do 95% of our work using lotus notes.

I have use lotus notes since version 4.5, and with each major release, less crashes. I have almost no crashes on version 6.5, and barely a crash on 7.0.2.

Regarding on how awful lotus notes is at email, i really don't see the problem. Its 100% customizable, but i really mean 100%, you can do whatever you are pleased. It gets no virus (try that on outlook), and you can make it look/act as you wish, even as outlook, if you know how to program it.

Having Lotuscript, java, javascript, and @formulas to customize it, is one of the strenghts, as you can choose your preferred language.

Also, look at the lotus.com/ldd forums, and you would see one of the most active developers comunity.

Lotus notes my not be perfect, but i'm sure is the greatest colaboration tool. Way more advanced than anything MS can have now.

And MS has seen something in it, in fact, he grabbed is creator, and is now working at IBM.

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