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What is your favorite Lotus Notes or Domino freeware? We want to hear from you -- email the editors your top picks.
Mike Lazar's Favorite Downloads
- OpenNTF Mail Experience: A useful alteration of the standard mail template for Lotus Notes Domino 6.5 and Lotus Notes Domino 7.0.
- OpenNTF OpenLog: Use standard error messages across all your Lotus Notes and Domino agents and events.
- C API Toolkit: Access Notes Domino data via the C API.
Mike Lazar is our Notes/Domino administration expert. Click for his bio or view Mike's responses to your questions.
Chuck Connell's Favorite Downloads
- Linux Operating System: Open-source operating system.
- Filezilla: A fast, free and reliable FTP client.
- CSDiff: An advanced file-difference analysis tool for Microsoft Windows.
Chuck Connell is our Notes/Domino spam and security expert. Click for his bio or view Chuck's responses to your questions.
Jens Bruntt's Favorite Downloads
- Sizer: Size windows to the dimensions you need.
- NotesConnect: Check Notes Domino ports for availability.
- RealVNC: Manage remote servers or workstations.
- Notespeek: Access Lotus Notes inside the NSF and examine item contents.
Jens Bruntt is our Notes/Domino Web development expert. Click for his bio or view Jens' responses to your questions.
Andre Guirard's Favorite Downloads
- GIMP: A great alternative to Photoshop.
- TopStyle Lite: A CSS editor.
- WinMerge: Find differences in text files.
Andre Guirard is our Notes/Domino Development expert. Click for his bio or view Andre's responses to your questions.
What is your favorite Lotus Notes and Domino freeware? We want to hear from you -- email the editor your top picks.