On Thu, Mar 22, 2001 at 10:51:32PM +0000, David Ryan wrote:
> I was just about to post a question asking if anyone had managed to get
> DOMINO up and running (due to total lack of documentation included with
> the 110m download) when I thought I would do a quick dig around the
> Lotus site for ideas. There was one link at www.redbooks.ibm.com which
> proved to be very usefull indeed -
>http://www.redbooks.ibm.com/REDP0039/configuring_domino_for_linux.html>> Anyway, is anyone out there using DOMINO for Linux ?
>> Anyone have any good reason not to use it for
> mail/news/calandering/everything ?
Isn't Domino just a webified interface to a Notes server. In that case,
don't you have to run Notes on your Linux box, and pay IBM a boatload of
money if you're doing anything other than evaluating it ? Notes is a great
system if you really use its groupware and distribution features, but to
simply do mail/news/calendaring it's overkill, and also not the best
solution to any of these issues.
Mind you, in a commercial setting, the IBM name may be enough to swing using
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