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Lotus Notes is an enterprise-wide, client/server-based messaging system that integrates groupware, forms generation, and document flow for large network environments. It also includes full support for the Internet and the Web, and provides a base for development of custom applications that automate business processes.

The latest versions include integration with desktop productivity tools, including Lotus SmartSuite and Microsoft Office, Microsoft Internet Explorer integration, enhanced contact management, and POP3 support for Internet mail.

Notes is an organization-wide messaging system that incorporates enterprise calendaring and scheduling. It supports mobile users with replication techniques that keep remote users in touch and synchronized with the rest of the organization. Notes provides full security to protect the privacy of information stored on servers in databases, documents, and messages.

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