IBMs Lotus Software division added to its Linux support Wednesday with the announcement that its iNotes Web Access software will run on Linux-based browsers.
The software specifically will support the most recent Linux version of Netscape 7.0. Support is planned for Release 6.5 of Domino, which will be available in the second half of this year.
Lotus Domino for Linux with iNotes Web Access support will be available this quarter.
iNotes Web Access gives users access to their Notes applications such as e-mail and calendar via the Web. Previously it supported only browsers running on Windows 32-bit operating systems.
Lotus iNotes Web Access for Linux client licenses with software maintenance are available for $48.65 per client with a discount available depending on volume commitments.