iNotes @ Apple

by Volker Weber

Not the screenshot I would have submitted, but there you have it.


Try right clicking the image in FF3 and choosing view image - the icons disappear !

Sean Cull, 2008-09-16

@Sean: yes, but this is on purpose on this site. The iPhone is only an empty frame, the screenshot inside is provided by the content provider.

Samuel Orsenne, 2008-09-16

I wonder whether it allows to add attachments to mail or perform a search on mails - both features are dearly missed from iPhone mail, and might convince me to venture back into the Lotus world (duh, did I really write that???). I don´t care too much about the rest of it´s potential capabilities. Plus I assume it performs some standard in the mail world (at least IMAP). If not, it´s useless for me.

Armin Roth, 2008-09-16

It's webmail. You look into your mailfile on the server.

Volker Weber, 2008-09-16

Damn it! I had finally convinced myself to NOT buy an iPhone.

Looks like I'm gonna have to break out some folding money.

Devin Olson, 2008-09-16

obvious when you think about it really

Sean Cull, 2008-09-17

Well, I would not have chosen that particular screen shot either, but more important is the fact that the "IBM Lotus iNotes" Application is a "featured app" and a "stuff pick" in the productivity category

Gregory Engels, 2008-09-17

It's a "staff" pick, that's even better :)

Volker Jürgensen, 2008-09-17

Isn't there an advantage with iNotes using Safari compared with the built in email application.
As I understand it, Safari is the only app with landscape keyboard!

Still considering buying one. Did get a birthday present OK from my wife.
Now I only have to convince my self that the monthly cost is really worth it.

Tomas Ekström, 2008-09-18

Thomas, buy it as a present for your wife. A new definition of WAF.

Volker Jürgensen, 2008-09-18

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