Lotus Notes Express for OS/2

Release date: 
Tuesday, 31 January, 1995



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Lotus Notes is the world's most popular client-server platform for developing and deploying strategic applications. More than a million business people in every major industry rely on Notes to bring products to market in record time, boost sales productivity, and keep in touch with colleagues, customers, suppliers and partners.

Lotus Notes Express, the entry-level Notes client providing electronic mail Notes applications - discussion, news, and reference databases, and a shared telephone book . This OS/2 Warp Edition of Lotus Notes Express also includes customer service and service tracking applications. Notes Express is best suited for organizations just getting started with Notes and for those organizations that want to extend beyond e-mail to run basic groupware applications.

Notes Express is the easiest way to bring the productivity and power of groupware to every desktop in your organization, and, for some desktops, it will be all you ever need.

Notes for OS/2 Warp runs with the following network protocols:
AppleTalk, Banyan VINES, NetBIOS (IBM LAN Server, LAN Manager, NetWare, WindowsTM for Workgroups, DEC PATHWORKS), NetWare SPX (can be used on Novell network instead of NetBIOS module), TCP/IP, X .PC (for dial-up connections), Lotus Notes Connect for SNA® Version 3 .0a.

This product, although not being developed/updated/sold since long time, it is luckily available as "Abandonware" software on many dedicated sites on world wide web.

This software is distributed as compressed package. You have to download and manually install it; if prerequisites are required, you will have to manually install them too.

Manual installation

Self-installing package. Run instpm.exe. See below for download link(s).

Following links are to additional programs, not mandatory but useful:

Following ones are the download links for manual installation:

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