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Lotus Domino

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Lotus Domino is a server technology that transforms Lotus Notes into an Internet application server that allows Web clients to interactively participate in a Notes environment and access dynamic data and applications on Notes servers. A key feature of Domino is that developers can leverage the Notes application development environment to create Web applications. Versions of Domino are available for Windows NT and Windows 2000 platforms, Solaris/SPARC, Solaris/Intel Edition, AIX, and OS/2.

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