Compare HCL Lotus Notes vs. Microsoft Exchange Online

HCL Lotus Notes is ranked 8th in Email Applications while Microsoft Exchange Online is ranked 1st in Email Applications with 11 reviews. HCL Lotus Notes is rated 0, while Microsoft Exchange Online is rated 8.4. On the other hand, the top reviewer of Microsoft Exchange Online writes "It has an intuitive GUI including most features found in Exchange Server". HCL Lotus Notes is most compared with HCL Verse, HCL Lotus Domino and Microsoft Exchange, whereas Microsoft Exchange Online is most compared with G Suite Enterprise, Kerio Connect and IceWarp.
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The pricing is a bit more expensive than other solutions.We have a license per user scenario.The price is a bit high. It is especially expensive in the Indian market.I think it's just awesome. There's no argument about how much value you get on the per user, for user expenditure. It's really great, I don't have any issues with it. I think it's excellent.In my opinion, the online license is the best one we have. It is a bundle that we have from Microsoft. It is a bit high in price.It is a reasonable solution.Initially, we had issues with the licensing agreement, but we worked it out with Microsoft.I have no opinion.

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Also Known As
IBM Lotus Notes, Lotus NotesExchange Online, Exchange Online Plan 1, Exchange Online Plan 2
IBM Notes (formerly IBM Lotus Notes) is an enterprise email client software of the IBM Notes and Domino client/server platform that provides email, calendar and contact management capabilities and can integrated into IBM collaboration tools and business applications. It can support to track projects, collaborate on tasks, assemble teams, share files directly from inbox. IBM Notes email can be accessed from Apple iPhone, Android, Windows Phone, BlackBerry and other mobile devices. IBM Notes secure your system with included Secure Hash Algorithm 2 (SHA) support for encryption and Transport Layer Security (TLS) delivered by IBM and OAuth credential store to support Embedded Experiences.Exchange Online helps protect your information with advanced capabilities. Anti-malware and anti-spam filtering protect mailboxes. Data loss prevention capabilities prevent users from mistakenly sending sensitive information to unauthorized people. Globally redundant servers, premier disaster recovery capabilities, and a team of security experts monitoring Exchange Online around the clock safeguard your data.
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Connect2Cloud, Hansgrohe, Sauk County, Blue Water Shipping, FDBR, ibml, Multivac, Aarhus University Hospital, Hendricks Regional Health, Asian Paints, Integra Legal, Sunplus Technology, S¾SS, The Moroccan Ministry of Youth and Sports, Nicrometal, Doncasters Group, Practice Plan, Barr, RACV, Neotechnik, Deutsche Notes User GroupBank Alfalah Ltd., Paderborn-Lippstadt Airport, Blue Star Infotech, Scitec Nutrition, Resolution Films, British Airways, Empire Cinemas, InnoGames
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