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Lotus Notes R5 Reviews

Working with stone weapons
Sep 06, 2005 02:52 PMRead
In this era where gmail is revolutionizing the way email is looked at , my company has a Company Policy to use Lotus Notes r5 ( the latest version is r7). Among the email clients that I have used ( Thunderbird, Evolution, PINE, Outlook) this software is appalingly bad.InterfaceThe applic...Read More

Notes R5 vs MS Outlook
Aug 07, 2003 04:07 PMRead
To misquote Mark Twain,There are 3 kinds of people in this world:Liars,Damned Liars, andNotes email users!I have had to use Notes email for the past 18 months and since I had used MS Outlook for 3 years before that, I have a reasonable basis for comparison.I'm not going t...Read More

Lotus Notes is the Anti-Christ of software
Feb 20, 2003 06:30 AMRead
My company uses Lotus Notes, primarily to avoid the frequently distributed Outlook-oriented viruses. Aside from this incidental advantage, Lotus Notes is the most agonizingly frustrating application I have EVER used (IBM's Visual Age comes a close second - does anyone else see a pattern here???)...Read More

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Notes is Gorupware
Jun 10, 2004 05:57 PMRead
I worked with Lotus Notes since 1990 (it came out in 1989). It is NOT EMAIL! It is a groupware product. The Notes client is a pared down version of the server that contains its own database engine. This means if I have replica copy of my company's sales database, I can use it on the road. I can ...Read More

An Average Bloomer
Apr 26, 2003 08:44 PMRead
The recent trend being exhibited by many leading integrated groupware package makers to bundle up an internet browser along with their multi-purpose tasking software may mean that a host of smaller stand-alone e-mail software makers might soon have to shut shop. The increasing preference being s...Read More

The best software should make it easier for you to operate your business. An appropriate software will assist you to handle cash flow, examine sales and perk up efficiency, whereas the inappropriate app can throw your fiscal records into a tailspin, which will cost you both money and productivity.
Mail-handler
Feb 04, 2003 11:39 AMRead
I was a regular user of Microsoft. I never believed anybody could deliver better than an Outlook Express.Now the views have changed. I started using the Superb ‘Lotus Notes’ one year back. It changed the way of handling mails.And the new version R5 that provides many new feat...Read More

Enterprise Boat Anchor
Jan 22, 2003 05:31 AMRead
This enterprise tool was forced down my gullet as it is the approved standard tool used by my company. I was forced to use this tool (never liked it even once).It uses a counter-intuitive UI of having multiple windows open on a tool bar inside a single window ( this is the best description I...Read More

Smokin....
Oct 08, 2002 08:02 AMRead
Lotus was a company which first came into the limelight back in the early 80’s with their revolutionary spreadsheet package called Lotus 1-2-3, which brought PC’s in the forefront of enterprise computing. Two decades have passed ever since, and though Lotus no longer figures as serio...Read More

Excellent exchange tool
Apr 30, 2002 11:28 PMRead
We used Lotus notes 4.6 for a year and found it very interesting and value added than any other exchange / communication + databasing tool.The new Lotus Notes R5 server is a really better solution provider, mainly to those who have used R 4.6.The overall layout is better and attractive. ...Read More

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