IBM Lotus Notes and Domino 8 Reviewers Guide

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Notices

Trademarks

Preface

The team that wrote this paper

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Chapter 1. Introduction

1.1 Overview

1.2 What’s new overall

1.3 What’s new for the Lotus Notes user

1.4 What’s new for the Lotus Domino Web Access user

1.5 What’s new for the administrator

1.6 What’s new for the application developer

Chapter 2. Changes for the user

2.1 Introduction

2.2 Enhanced user interface

2.3 Mail

2.4 Improved Out of Office

2.5 Calendar

2.6 Contacts

2.7 Lotus Symphony

2.8 Sidebar plug-ins

2.9 Sametime Contacts

2.10 Activities

2.11 Lotus Domino Web Access

2.12 Lotus Notes 8 basic configuration

Chapter 3. Changes for the administrator

3.1 Introduction

3.2 Improved messaging

3.3 Lotus Notes client administration

3.4 Lotus Domino server administration

3.5 Improved efficiency and performance

3.6 Directory

3.7 Security features

3.8 Integration with other IBM products

Chapter 4. Changes for the application developer

4.1 Lotus Notes and Domino applications

4.2 Composite applications

4.3 Extending the Lotus Notes 8 Client

4.4 Web service consumer applications

4.5 Enhancements for Web service provider applications

4.6 Lotus Domino and DB2 integration

Appendix A. Lotus Notes 8 client feature requirements

Appendix B. Lotus Domino 8 server feature requirements

Appendix C. Lotus Domino Web Access Client comparisons

Lotus Notes and Domino Web Access Client comparison

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