Developed with IBM's support, Outlook 2002 Connector is the first Microsoft-developed connector for Outlook and Lotus Domino.
"Many of our customers with Domino servers have told us they would like to give their employees the opportunity to use the latest version of Outlook," said Ralf Harteneck, corporate vice president of the Communication and Meeting Services Group at Microsoft. "Microsoft strives to make Office and its family of applications as valuable as possible in a variety of IT infrastructures."
"The Outlook 2002 Connector is a great example of industry cooperation responding to diverse customer needs," said Ken Bisconti, vice president of Messaging Solutions for Lotus Software at IBM.
Users require an Outlook 2002 license to use Connector, which is available as a free add-in for Outlook 2002 through the Office Resource Kit. Microsoft said it will release the Connector in eight major languages.