If nobody else, I know that Eric Mack will appreciate this. Actually, he’s a Lotus Notes guru, so my guess is that he’s already aware of the mNotes5 beta.CommonTime is offering mNotes5 free while in beta, but after that all bets are off. Still, a reasonable fee is worth the ability to some for Notes and Windows Mobile features like:
- Wireless Lotus Notes email including synchronization of calendar, contacts, tasks.
- Ability to use Sametime on cellular smartphones and PDA.
- Ability to continue to synchronize via desktop if you wish.
- Lost or stolen device disaster handling! If you lose your device then you can set up a new device with your original mNotes settings over the Internet.
- Also you can remotely wipe data from the lost device.
- Any data transferred over the air is secured to Enterprise and military standards!
You’ll need a Windows Mobile 5 or 6 device plus Lotus Notes 6.x or later running on Windows XP or Vista for mNotes5. I’ve got all that but the Lotus Notes part going on so I’ll leave it up to you (or Eric) to give it a go!(via Business Hacks)