Nokia will put Lotus Notes on S60-based phones

Nokia is teaming with IBM to support Lotus Notes on Nokia's S60-based devices. According to Nokia, this means that about 80 million users will have access to the Lotus Notes email program.

The software provides users with access to email, calendar and their address book and will be available in December. IBM Lotus Notes has about 140 million licensed users and is part of Nokia's plan to enhance its enterprise offering.

For more:
- see this press release

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