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Lotus Notes for Android

by eduffy12 / August 3, 2010 6:31 AM PDT

I am looking upgrade to the Motorola Droid-X, but I have to use Lotus Notes for work.

My company uses Lotus Notes and has support for Blackberry's so we get realtime Notes mail updates. I'm having a hard time finding information regarding over air syncing for the Droid-X or for the Android applications.

I would appreciate some opinions on how to get Lotus Notes mail on the Droid-X via wireless sync. I need to be able to send/receive email, update/view the calendar, and access my contacts.

Is over the air syncing possible with Android?
If so, which applications work well and are they it worth it?

Thanks So Much,

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Head to a dedicated Android forum
by Pepe7 / August 4, 2010 1:55 AM PDT

You will get more granular level information regarding that particular app on that specific platform in a dedicated sub-forum like you see over at

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"At Lotusphere 2010, IBM announced plans to support Android
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / August 4, 2010 2:03 AM PDT

"At Lotusphere 2010, IBM announced plans to support Android in a future release of Lotus Notes Traveler software that IBM expects to deliver in 2010 (Represents IBM plans and directions which are subject to change without notice)."

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