Lotus has bundled up a number of its Domino Advanced Services applications, including clustering, billing and partitiioning, into a single product called Domino Enterprise Server. It will be available in the US from 1 July at $3,195.
It also announced it planned to cut prices on its Domino Mail Server and change its client access licensing to require non-Notes clients that access Domino applications to have a licence.
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