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Lotus Software produced the Lotus 1-2-3 spreadsheet program, and later developed Lotus Notes, a groupware and email system. Following its acquisition by IBM, the Notes and Domino client/server collaborative platform were expanded to include functions such as email, calendars, to-do lists, contacts management, teamrooms, discussion forums, file sharing, microblogging, instant messaging, blogs, and user directories. IBM also release SmartSuite, a comprehensive office suite, and followed that with Symphony, unrelated to the Lotus suite of the same name.

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Do you dabble in Lotus Notes?  Check out this new article by one of our newest members.  Don't forget to follow them if you're interested in seeing their future contributions.

https://www.experts-exchange.com/articles/30562/Lotus-Notes-error-The-Remote-Server-is-not-a-valid-TCP-IP-Host.html

Great job, Michelle!
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I thankfully gave up Lotus Notes two decades ago.
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What a silly remark...
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Lotus IBM

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Lotus Software produced the Lotus 1-2-3 spreadsheet program, and later developed Lotus Notes, a groupware and email system. Following its acquisition by IBM, the Notes and Domino client/server collaborative platform were expanded to include functions such as email, calendars, to-do lists, contacts management, teamrooms, discussion forums, file sharing, microblogging, instant messaging, blogs, and user directories. IBM also release SmartSuite, a comprehensive office suite, and followed that with Symphony, unrelated to the Lotus suite of the same name.