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What is the different between Notes R5 and Domino R5???

Hi Experts

Could anyone please help me to understand what is the different between Lotus Notes and Louts Domino?  Can you please lists out the features and pros/cons.

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DButlerCommented:
Lotus Notes is the client component ("Notes r5 is an integrated, Web-like environment that provides users with quicker access to and better management of many types of information including Domino and Internet-based e-mail, calendar of appointments, personal contacts and to-dos as well as Web pages, News Groups and intranet applications.")

There are multiple levels of Notes licencing from simple web client access licences to licences that permit usage of custom designed databases.

Domino is usually used to refer to the server component ("Integrated messaging and Web application software platform"), but also can be used to refer to the "Domino Designer" (a Notes client with added functionality to design Notes/Domino application development) and "Domino Administrator" (a flavour of the Notes client that simplifies server administration).  As with the client, there are multiple levels of server licencing.

Domino (and to a lesser extent, the Notes client) is a platform-independent product.

Domino and Notes are more than just e-mail -- they are a groupware, workflow management, knowledge management, and a Web publishing tool all rolled into one product.

For more info, go to http://www.lotus.com/ and click on "Products".
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