Smartphones and PDAs Now Ready for IBM Lotus Notes 7

23 August 2005, Derby, UK. CommonTime has announced that its mNotes™ version 4 software is ready to mobilize IBM’s Lotus Notes and Domino 7.

In July IBM announced the final beta release for Lotus and Domino 7, Beta 4. CommonTime™ has demonstrated leadership in the field of mobile and wireless Lotus Notes messaging by announcing compatibility with IBM’s latest offering before full commercial release. The mNotes™ application ports Lotus Notes functionality to Windows Mobile (e.g. iPAQ, XDA, SPV), Palm OS (e.g. Treo 650), and Symbian OS (e.g. SonyEricsson P910).

Lotus Notes/Domino 7 will offer users long-awaited features and improved productivity, scalability, usability, and better integration with customer environments for desktop or server IT infrastructure.

“The combination of Palm devices and CommonTime provides the perfect mobility solution, and is critical to ensuring wireless project success now, and in the future” Martin Day, Head of Alliances EMEA, Palm

"mNotes™ v4 provides Lotus Notes users with the customary reliability and quality now synonymous with CommonTime and this, together with the improved e-mail push technology, allows us to provide a first class product to our customers”, added Nigel.

You can evaluate mNotes™ version 4, free of charge, for 30 days at: http://www.commontime.com/downloadmeantime.aspx.

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Cautionary Statement

All features may not be available on all platforms. For further details on anything you have read here and to check compatibility please e-mail: sales@commontime.com.

All details are subject to change. mSuite, mNotes, mSecure PDA, CommonTime Mobility Framework and related marks are either registered trademarks or trademarks of CommonTime. Lotus Notes and Domino are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Lotus Development Corporation. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners. © CommonTime Limited 2005