Messaging & Online Collaboration: IBM Lotus Notes Continues to Improve

 
 
By eWEEK Labs  |  Posted 2008-10-31
 
 
 

IBM Lotus Notes Continues to Improve

 

IBM Lotus Notes Continues to Improve

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A welcome screen greets users of the new Eclipse-powered Lotus Notes client.

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The new Open button in the Notes client provides quick access to commonly used applications and links.

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The Sidebar in the Lotus Notes client includes standard functions such as day at a glance, but also allows for plug-ins and widgets, such as this nicely implemented Feed reader.

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The Symphony productivity suite (based on OpenOffice.org) is now included in the Notes client, making it possible to create documents, spreadsheets and presentations directly from Notes.

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The updated Notes Web mail client has much of the same look and feel as the new Notes client.

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From the Domino Administrator it is now possible to let users recall messages that may have been inadvertently sent.

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