"In the course of some recent desktop operating system
adventuring, I thought I'd give Linux a crack at taking care of
business on my desktop machine. I opted for Red Hat 6.2 with the
KDE desktop and loaded up Netscape's Navigator and Sun's StarOffice
for my Web-browsing and review-writing needs."
"But then there was mail. We're a Lotus Notes shop here at
eWeek, so thanks to the wonders of technology lock-in, only Notes
could do the job."
"Although Lotus has released its Domino server for Linux,
Notes has yet to reach the client side. This meant that if I were
to run Notes on Linux, I'd have to do it with Wine
(www.winehq.com), an open-source implementation of Windows APIs
that runs on top of X Window and Unix while avoiding Microsoft
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