• Kicking the Windows habit: Domino vs. Exchange

    IBM's Lotus Software and Microsoft Corp.'s messaging and development platforms have been duking it out for years. Microsoft's Exchange 2000 runs on Windows 2000 and uses Active Directory for directory services, while Lotus's Domino works on a variety of platforms. Catherine Lord, manager of...

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  • Digging for Domino dead-ends

    Notes and Domino administrators work hard to fine-tune their environments. Among performance tool makers that address their "tuning issues" is one that highlights poor email topologies, and other traits that drag performance down.

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  • Domino pros happy but open to new jobs, survey finds

    Domino pros happy but open to new jobs, survey finds

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  • Can Domino do .NET?

    Lotus is eager to integrate Web services with Domino, but IBM has not revealed how its Java-based approach will mesh with the .NET platform of its Web services buddy Microsoft.

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  • Domino volunteers at AIDS Committee of Toronto

    AIDS Committee of Toronto's Domino-based knowledge-sharing Web site creates interactive meeting place and resource center for AIDS workers, clients and virtual volunteers.

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  • Partners shoulder hopes for Domino’s future

    The IBM Lotus partner program has had its share of ups and downs, but a renewed effort to support smaller partners and help them utilize all of IBM's resources is already receiving a warm reception.

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  • Domino: Should I stay or should I go?

    It is common for Domino shops to consider migrating to Microsoft Exchange, but a migration doesn't always mean cheaper and easier messaging. Experts say before moving to Exchange, decision makers should look at Microsoft's track record regarding messaging technology and reconsider Domino's many...

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  • Domino shops confront compliance conundrum

    As Domino shops struggle with regulatory issues, compliance is fast becoming a cottage industry. Users need to comply while making sure their workloads remain manageable.

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  • Extract 1 Particular Value From A Text List Using Formula

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  • Domino and WebSphere

    Lotus Domino is starting to look a bit like IBM's WebSphere.

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