Telstra takes a Lotus position

Telstra expects to extend its WAP offerings though an alliance it has negotiated with Lotus Development, which will allow the Aussie carrier to offer access from WAP devices to Domino servers for mail, calendaring and corporate directory. A spokesman said the services will allow traditional Lotus Notes users to send and receive e-mail and manage their calendars from their WAP phones, as well as to participate in business processes and to access information managed by Domino servers.

Telstra received further encouraging news about its relationship with Pacific Century CyberWorks this week when PCCW shareholders voted to support the revised terms of the joint venture. Telstra had revised the terms after PCCW's share price dropped dramatically late last year.

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