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  • Zollar: Domino will withstand rivals

    Lotus CEO Al Zollar is confident that Domino will continue to grow, despite the much-anticipated release of Microsoft's Exchange 2000. He also emphasized a commitment to the Notes client, even as the Notes browser version, iNotes, gains in popularity. SearchDomino News Editor Jon Panker recently...

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  • Quick Takes: Visual experience

    ASNA announces visual RPG 3.5, BinaryTree.com releases CMT for iNotes, LegacyJ DDS plug-in liberates IBM iSeries DDS screens for COBOL and Java, Tree Top to deploy KnowledgeTrack Enterprise Portal Platform on AS400 and WebSphere

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  • Microsoft takes pot shots at iNotes, says Lotus

    Just 14 months ago, Microsoft Corp. senior vice president Steve Sinofsky visited Lotusphere Orlando 2000 and gave his blessing to Lotus iNotes Access for Microsoft Outlook. But all that has changed.

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  • iNotes for Outlook: Will users be happy?

    The strengths and weaknesses of iNotes for Outlook

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  • iNotes Web Access is no panacea (yet)

    iNotes Web Access and its capabilities

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  • Lotus updates its iNotes strategy

    With most of the hubbub surrounding the beta release of Notes and Domino 6 involving Java Server Pages, Lotus Software's iNotes Web Access product has not received as much publicity. The browser-based client, which caused discord between Lotus and Microsoft not long ago, compliments Domino server...

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