Dan, I've heard that the Collaboration parts of Notes/Domino actually work very good. But pure database or email? Nope. Don't know if domino supports a POP or IMAP connection. If it does, then you can probably get away with using most any client. Calendar sharing might also be an issue. Bob
-----Original Message----- From: pctech-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:pctech-bounces@xxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Dan
Beyond email, I also use Notes for what it was designed for, as a collaboration tool. This part of it seems to work well. The databases we use are all designed in-house. AFAICT, there is nothing that specifically ties the email client to those databases, to the extent that you couldn't use another email client. Maybe that's something on the Domino side, but I have no idea. If you use Domino as your email server, are you forced to use the Notes client? But then, the bulk majority of our employees use Notes for email only. I feel for them.
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