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Product Functionality Lotus Notes Domino R5 has a far higher Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) than Microsoft Exchange. A Lotus Notes seat will cost approximately $150 USD per year as opposed to an Exchange seat cost of approximately $70 USD per year. Administrators must remember that although Lotus Notes may cost more, it has greater functionality and technology than that of Exchange. Lotus has a more focused concentration on database functionality, data processing, and personalization; whereas Exchange is
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