Integra offers free Notes to Office integration system
Integra for Notes, the provider of the Notes to Office integration and reporting product, has released a free Personal Edition.
Personal Edition allows users to extract data from their Lotus Notes personal address book to create mail merges, labels, e-mail shots and lists, for instance.
The free tool also includes the ability to produce powerful graphical Excel reports and pivot tables from the data held within users' address books.
"The most widely used application in Lotus Notes is the mail facility, so we decided to develop a freeware edition of Integra for Notes to introduce users to the product family in the area they benefit from most," said John de Giorgio, CEO at Integra for Notes.
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