IBM’s Lotus Development Corp. announced the immediate availability of Lotus iNotes Web Access, a Web client that delivers robust Domino messaging, collaboration, personal and company information via a Web browser. In addition to providing a complementary access option for current Notes users, Lotus iNotes Web Access targets a new population of Notes users that might not need a full-scale client, such as bank tellers, airline pilots and retail workers. Lotus iNotes Web Access provides an easy-to-use, low-maintenance client that allows access to Domino messaging and collaborative services anywhere users can access the Internet, such as airport business centers, Web cafes or Internet kiosks. Lotus iNotes Web Access also provides the same off-line support that allows Notes users to seamlessly work with applications and email off-line and send changes back to a central server at their convenience. In addition, Lotus iNotes Web Access integrates with Lotus Sametime and QuickPlace, providing browser users with greater Web collaboration through on-line awareness, instant messaging, white boarding and shared team workspaces. Lotus iNotes Web Access is now available. Current Lotus Notes or iNotes customers receive Lotus iNotes Web Access as part of Passport Advantage software subscription. New customers can purchase Lotus iNotes Web Access for a suggested volume price of US$48 (per user) from traditional software resellers. Domino server R5.0.8 for Windows NT/Windows 2000, Sun Solaris, IBM AIX, IBM AS/400, or IBM S/390 is required. Lotus iNotes Web Access runs with Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.0 and above.