...which, as part of Domino 8.0.2, is on track to ship later this month.

Computerworld Australia, "Lotus iNotes coming to the iPhone 3G":

IBM's Lotus Domino Web Access software, also known as IBM Lotus iNotes, will bring your Lotus e-mail, calendar and contact details to the Apple iPhone 3G. ...

The Web page touting Lotus functionality on the iPhone states that Lotus Notes data "will combine with the flexibility and connectivity of the Apple iPhone. To be built on the time tested IBM Lotus Domino Web Access infrastructure, users will be able to quickly access e-mail, calendars, and contacts through the rich Apple iPhone user experience".
AppleInsider, "IBM expands Lotus Notes Mac support to iPhone (screenshots)":
IBM has unveiled a sneak peek of its new Lotus iNotes, a web app client for its Lotus Domino messaging server to bring email, calendar, and contacts to iPhone. The move fulfills rumors of customized iPhone support for Lotus Notes and demonstrates IBM's evolving interest in Apple within the enterprise. ...

An initial study at IBM Research, which started in October of 2007, found that 86% of those participating wanted to keep their MacBook Pro laptops over returning back to IBM ThinkPads running Windows. "It has been easier learning the Mac than learning Vista," one participant reported. IBM has since expanded its Mac pilot program.
a pilot which one of my staff will be joining in the next few weeks...  The AppleInsider article takes a weird detour through Lotus history from 20 years ago, but it's good to get coverage of this in the Apple-focused press.  The comments thread even settles down after a bit.  

Check 'em both out, and while the beta program is shutting down, you can see iNotes Ultralite in action today on the Lotus Greenhouse.

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