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125 Million New ODF Users with Lotus Notes

InfoWorld announces that 125 million new users will gain ODF compatibility in “IBM to adopt ODF for Lotus Notes.”

The author, Ephraim Schwartz, writes that Lotus Notes’ next release “will include an ODF-compatible version of OpenOffice embedded in the Notes e-mail application. It will include word processing, spreadsheet, and presentation applications, giving users the ability to create, edit, and save documents natively in ODF.”

“Code-named Hannover, the new Notes version will be available with the productivity editors included to all Notes users who are current on software maintenance contacts. IBM estimates that number at 125 million users.”

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