An Exchange 5.5 to Domino on Linux migration...

"We had been running Microsoft Exchange 5.5 for a number of years," he says, "but after opening offices in Canada, Argentina and the US, we began experiencing all sorts of problems with message routing between the offices." ...
"We'd have messages being lost, stuck or unable to be sent," he says, "and this was seriously impacting the company." With multi-million dollar tender documents wholly dependent on timely email delivery, Welburn says Glidepath needed to install an "enterprise durable" solution....
For Welburn, the new system is also delivering unexpected functionality benefits. "At install time," he says, "we didn't fully appreciate what Lotus Notes was capable of. What we wanted was a robust mail solution but now we've been able to bring our web site into Notes because Lotus Notes is a web server as well - and you can do all kinds of dynamic updates to the web site just by manipulating the Lotus Notes databases."
Link: iStart New Zealand: Lotus Notes delivers fail-safe communications >
(Thanks for the link to both Duffbert and Michael Sampson...33 minutes apart)

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