Release 1 - 1989 - The Notes client required DOS 3.1 or OS/2. The Notes server required either DOS 3.1, 4.0, or OS/2.
Release 1.1 - 1990
Release 2 - 1991
Release 3 - May 1993
Release 4 - January 1996
Release 4.5 - December 1996. Server renamed as "Domino", added native HTTP server, POP3 (POP) server, added Calendaring & Scheduling. Also included SMTP MTA "in the box", but not installed by default.
Release 4.6: added IMAP support. OS/2 client support dropped. No Mac client for this particular release.
Release 5 - 1999: Moved SMTP functionality from a separate MTA task to become a native ability of the mail routing task, improving performance and fidelity of internet email. Major improvements to HTTP server. Notes client had a major interface overhaul.
Release 5.0.8 - made change to webmail, calling it iNotes and greatly improving the interface. Later to be called Domino Web Access in Release 6.
Release 6.0 - September 2002. Added Domino Web Access support. Dropped OS/2 server support.
Release 6.5 - September 2003. Added Lotus SameTime Instant Messaging integration to the Notes client.
Release 7.0 - August 2005. Added DB2 support as database storage
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