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Using Lotus Symphony? Do you need Smartsuite compatibility?

by Stuart McIntyre
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Lars Berntrop-Bos raises a request via Ed’s blog:

… Keep in mind [that when you replace the Symphony 1.x embedded in the Notes client with Symphony 3.x] you then LOSE the SmartSuite compatibility. A major oversight imho. I regret having to reverse, I rather liked Symphony 3.0.

@Ed: Please, please please, I would like to ask you to reconsider. To make Symphony more universally useful I would like to be able to at least read/view/import all the file formats Symphony 1.x supports. Can you respond and/or forward this request to the appropriate person(s)?

So, dear Symphony users, is Lotus Smartsuite compatibility a requirement for you or your organisation?

Do you have lots of old Word Pro documents, 1-2-3 spreadsheets and Freelance presentations stored on file servers that you still need to be able to read and update? I’d love to know how important this requirement is…

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