Two e-mail titans take on the world

McNamara, Paul
December 1998
Network World;12/28/98, Vol. 16 Issue 1, p70
Trade Publication
Looks at the two heavyweight companies in the world of messaging and groupware in the United States. Competition between Lotus, with its Notes and Domino products, and Microsoft, with its Outlook and Exchange Server; Competition between Lotus and Microsoft versus other companies.


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