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August 27, 2007

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Lotus includes many products Peter, including Sametime, Quickr, Expeditor, etc. I believe WebSphere Portal revenue is also reported under the Lotus brand. It also includes products in more of a maintenance mode, like Lotus SmartSuite.

Ed,

Thanks. I've seen the marketshare figures but haven't yet read the IDC report.

On the Lotus Brand, I am curious what's all in there besides Lotus Notes / Domino.

Peter, you are looking at the Lotus brand versus individual products.

Also, the Exchange vs. Domino stats were fully discussed here: http://www.edbrill.com/ebrill/edbrill.nsf/dx/notesdomino-increased-its-share-of-the-integrated-collaborative-environments-market-last-year
including IDC's new report on 2006: http://www.idc.com/getdoc.jsp?containerId=207999

Hope that helps.

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