X1 announces support for IBM Lotus Notes.X1 Technologies, Inc., a recognized leader in desktop search, has announced planned support for the IBM Lotus Notes Lotus Notes is a client-server, collaborative application owned by IBM Software Group. IBM defines the software as an "integrated desktop client option for accessing business e-mail, calendars and applications on [an] IBM Lotus Domino server.". email messaging system Software that provides an electronic mail delivery system. It is made up of the following functional components, which may be packaged together or independently.
Mail User Agent and future support of IBM Workplace IBM Workplace was a brand of collaborative software applications from IBM's Lotus Software division. It was intended to be the next generation of collaboration software that would work with IBM's Java EE-based WebSphere Portal server software. within its award-winning desktop search application, X1 Desktop Search. Once released, the more than 118 million users of Lotus Notes Messaging and groupware software from IBM Lotus that was introduced in 1989 for OS/2 and later expanded to Windows, Mac, Unix, NetWare, AS/400 and S/390. Notes provides e-mail, document sharing, workflow, group discussions and calendaring and scheduling. will be able to gain access to critical knowledge stored in their email, attachments, contacts and files via one of the most robust desktop search tools currently on the market.
"We've received hundreds of requests from Lotus Notes users in businesses around the world asking for a desktop solution that doesn't require them to change the way they work," said Mark Goodstein, founder and EVP EVP Executive Vice President
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EVP Employee Value Proposition , business development for X1 Technologies. "We're thrilled to provide these users with the rich search experience that tens of thousands of Outlook, Outlook Express, Eudora and Mozilla users have come to depend on--enabling them to be substantially more productive."
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--Search as you type. With each new keystroke key·stroke
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--Comprehensive file support. X1 indexes the content of more than 225 different types of files, including Word, Excel, PDF (Portable Document Format) The de facto standard for document publishing from Adobe. On the Web, there are countless brochures, data sheets, white papers and technical manuals in the PDF format. , PowerPoint, ZIP, audio files and more.
--Contextual previews. In addition to indexing more than 225 file types, X1 also displays search results in their native format without requiring users to open the application it was created in--or even have it installed.
--Find and then act. Once users find what they're looking for, X1 provides a myriad of post search actions within the application itself.
In addition to these capabilities, X1 Desktop Search will provide IBM Lotus Notes users with:
--The ability to instantly search and refine all of their LotusNotes email messages and attachments.
--Search capabilities for locally replicated Lotus Notesdatabases and Lotus Domino hosted databases.
--Instant access to search contacts stored within Lotus Notes.
--Post search actions--the ability to reply, forward, print, move, delete and more--all without leaving the X1 interface.
"I'm hooked on X1," said Ray Ozzie Ray Ozzie (born November 20, 1955) is Chief Software Architect at Microsoft. He was formerly best known for his role in creating Lotus Notes.
He grew up in Park Ridge, Illinois, graduating from Maine South High School in 1973. , creator of Lotus Notes and CEO (1) (Chief Executive Officer) The highest individual in command of an organization. Typically the president of the company, the CEO reports to the Chairman of the Board. of Groove Networks Groove Networks is a software company based in Beverly, Massachusetts. Founded by Ray Ozzie, the creator of IBM's Lotus Notes application, the privately held company specializes in productivity software that allows multiple users to work collaboratively on computer files . "For many years I've quite happily used Notes' native indexing features. But since experiencing X1's Notes integration--enabling unified search across databases and the file system--there's no going back."
"Our employees are looking for a way to better manage their increasingly large amounts of data, whether it's stored in Lotus Notes email message and attachments, files or company servers," said Gen Miake for Clarion Corporation of America. "X1 will provide us with an easy-to-use, comprehensive way of gaining immediate access to critical information in these data stores, thereby allowing us to work more efficiently."
X1 plans to release a beta version of X1 Desktop Search with support for Lotus Notes in the late part of Q1. For more information, or to be notified when the beta is available, please visit the X1 web site at: http://www.x1.com. X1 Desktop Search currently supports Outlook, Outlook Express, Mozilla and Eudora email applications.
X1 Desktop Search was recently chosen by PC Magazine as a Best of 2004 product and awarded their prestigious Technical Excellence award for Search Tools, besting Google Desktop Search See Google Desktop. and Blinkx. X1 Technologies has partnered with leading companies, including Yahoo!, to power their desktop search initiatives and is an Advanced member of IBM (International Business Machines Corporation, Armonk, NY, www.ibm.com) The world's largest computer company. IBM's product lines include the S/390 mainframes (zSeries), AS/400 midrange business systems (iSeries), RS/6000 workstations and servers (pSeries), Intel-based servers (xSeries) PartnerWorld.
X1 Technologies, Inc. (www.x1.com) develops desktop search software and solutions for customers ranging from individual professional users to large enterprises. The company's award-winning flagship product, X1 Desktop Search, along with the forthcoming X1 Desktop Search, Workgroup Edition, provide PC users in every industry with the fastest way to find what they're looking for, whether they need content from email, attachments, files, contacts, networks, exchange servers or other sources of unstructured local and enterprise data. X1 Desktop Search is currently in use at companies ranging from the Fortune 100 to small businesses that depend on ready access to essential information. X1 Technologies is headquartered in Pasadena, Calif., and is a network company of Idealab, a creator and operator of technology businesses.