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wutske 21st November 2010 08:39

Synchronizing Lotus Notes and Outlook
 
I'm looking for a way to synchronize Lotus Notes (work) with Outlook (private) and especialy the contacts. Synching the calendars should be doable with Google Calendar, but I'm still looking for a decent (free) way to do it with the contacts and maybe even the to-do's.

Has anybody tried this before ? Or does anybody know some online contact sync tool which can do the trick for me ? I've been thinking about Google Contacts before, but I have the impression that it gets polluted easily because it adds everybody I send a mail to.

wutske 27th November 2010 10:34

Nobody working with Lotus Notes ? :-p

jmke 27th November 2010 18:35

people still use that? ;)

wutske 27th November 2010 21:18

In an American company with local firms all over the world it's no surprise that they still use Lotus Notes :-p
Now, don't be mistaken, Lotus Notes is still under active development at IBM, it's not like we're using 15 year old crap :)

uni1313 28th November 2010 10:25

I have been using Lotus Notes for years now at a Belgian Government Institution. We use it because our programmers can program specific software which can be integrated in Notes.

wutske 28th November 2010 13:26

Quote:

Originally Posted by uni1313 (Post 264866)
I have been using Lotus Notes for years now at a Belgian Government Institution. We use it because our programmers can program specific software which can be integrated in Notes.

Mail≤ ? :p

Gamer 28th November 2010 18:35

@ work we are still using it.
Works great, love it.

uni1313 28th November 2010 21:02

Quote:

Originally Posted by wutske (Post 264867)
Mail≤ ? :p

I suppose you mean something the FOD FinanciŽn uses? I don't work for them.

The programs they integrated are for example:
- a reservation system for conference rooms;
- a system for 'follow up' of tasks send to translators.

jmke 29th November 2010 08:47

Quote:

Originally Posted by wutske (Post 264867)
Mail≤ ? :p

no, the strength lies in the databases and apps you can link to use those databases :)

instead of having a CRM application, ticketing application, bug track application, mailing groups, wiki's and 1001 different resources spread over platforms and servers; you can all integrate it into Lotus Notus;

Lotus Notes: "yes it does mail too". Is a nice tagline;)


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