Using the Notes Traveler Application, it can be possibile to sync data (and front-end) of all Notes/Domino Application.
So Traveler became a Mobile Lotus Notes that can can be develo by IBM and third-party with many application like iPhone just do It.
RSS feeds work pretty well on the BlackBerry--but if you click read story on any blog that uses the 8.5 blog template, it goes to the website and it looks pretty lousy. The tag and header sections hog up the top of the webpage, and then you have to zoom ...
Allow viewing of all types of Symphony attachments (document, spreadsheet, presentation) on iPhone/iPad to be easily viewed directly.
I would like Android support in Lotus Mobile Connect.
The Nokia support is great, with Android support it would be just what my customers need.
Just like most organizations we started with Blackberry devices on BES servers. These servers have tables for both user and device information. When IBM came out with Traveler it was my understanding that it was supposed to be comprable to the BES servers with the exception of supporting Andoid devices.
Imagine going to buy your morning coffee and being told by the vendor "I only make expresso and tea". But "I want a Latte" you say. She says "I could make a Latte but then I'd have to make a Latte for everyone". She doesn't sound very flexible and neither ...