IBM Lotus Organizer
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What is IBM Lotus Organizer?
Developed by IBM, Lotus Organizer is a personal information manager or PIM. It uses a “leather-bound personal organizer” as its interface which serves as a metaphor for being an organizer itself making it one of its notable features. Originally, it was developed by small British software company Threadz before it was acquired by the Lotus Development Corporation after three version releases.
The Lotus Organizer is a part of the Lotus SmartSuite although it has been made available separately because SmartSuite’s latest releases do not include versions of the Organizer. The Lotus Organizer in an .or4 format does not allow for data and exchanging in later Windows versions, however, importing and exporting files are still possible.
This information management software is continually supported by IBM. For several years, the Lotus Organizer has been one of the market leaders in personal information management; however, it was slowly overtaken by Microsoft Outlook. The Lotus Organizer also worked well for operating systems such as Windows 7, Windows Vista and Windows XP and because this software was created for the Windows environment, no third party software is needed to be installed first before using it.
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File types supported by IBM Lotus Organizer
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Last updated: : October 19, 2013