If you are looking for Lotus Notes, you have come to the right place. We explain what Lotus Notes is and point you to the official download.
What is Lotus Notes?
Lotus Notes is a database system created by IBM. It is a set of applications comprised of database, programming, e-mail, calendar and scheduling, web server, and address book. All these applications are set in a single front-end unlike Microsoft Office wherein they are taken in different programs.
This software is basically an e-mail system which appears to be the most distinct feature. The e-mail system is packaged with all features of e-mailing which includes calendar and schedule access. POP3 and SMTP are standards-based protocols used by the software.
Users of this software are provided with a desktop application called the Lotus Notes Client. It displays and organizes database on the user’s workstation. Along with this are databases and a number of database grouped together and appear as icons. Users can store thee on the server or the workstation.
Also, the databases are highly customizable for better organization. This is made possible through the Lotus Notes Developer. A set of data can be displayed and forms can be designed to display it as individual data records.
In summary, with Lotus Notes, users can have discussions, forums, e-mail, expense approval system, web-based request system, and document repositions.
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File types supported by Lotus Notes
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Last updated: : October 18, 2013