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Article Lotus Notes Sync on UIQ Available

CommonNotes have released mNotes, a solution for UIQ users who want access to their Lotus Notes, either from an individual machine or on an Enterprise server. A 30 day trial is available before you need to purchase the full version.

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CommonTime enables Symbian OS for Lotus Notes

17 June 2005, UK - CommonTime, market leader in mobile computing solutions for Notes/Domino enterprises, has just officially announced the release of mNotes for Symbian OS extending their best of breed mobile and wireless Lotus Notes messaging solution to UIQ Symbian OS phones.

mNotes™ is renowned in Notes/Domino circles as the gold standard for enabling the use of Lotus Notes functionality on a handheld device. As Smartphones, such as the Sony Ericsson P900 and P910 (previously P800) find their way into enterprises, users and IT administrators have been keen to minimize costs and ensure that the technology is manageable. The robust nature of mNotes™ ensures that user experience for the Symbian OS device is of a high quality. It also minimizes any support burden for the IS/IT Administrator.

“mNotes for Symbian OS has been constructed for Notes/Domino from the ground up. It has never been an Exchange product dressed up in Lotus Notes clothes.” says Nigel Mackrill, CommonTime CEO. “As a result the software solution truly enables users to interact with their Lotus Notes e-mail, contacts, and other personal data on mobile devices more effectively than ever before.”

Initially, focus will be on the individual user without need to involve administrators or corporate servers. The evolution of CommonTime’s mNotes™ Symbian OS software will mirror the development success of Windows Mobile and Palm OS software over recent years. mNotes™ for Symbian OS includes:

• Mail:
o Send /receive
o Receive options
o Size restrictions
o Filtering
o Filtering by characteristics e.g. exclude bcc
o Send options

• Contacts:
o Personal address book
o Multiple address books
o Public address books
o Custom databases

• Group Calendaring
o Cancel
o Reschedule
o Create group meeting
o Automatic issue of meeting notification

• Maintenance and support included for the first year

• Wireless operation

• Connection methods:
o USB, Bluetooth, IR

• Functions without a real-time connection

• Administration:
o Customizable field mapping
o User profile setting

• Security:
o Notes authentication options

Further functionality developments will be announced throughout next year, including Lotus Instant Messaging Support in the next release. The software is available from the CommonTime web site ,where you can evaluate mNotes™ for Symbian, at no cost for 30 days
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