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IBM Business Partners - Come participate in the BP forum

Tue 30 Jan 2007, 11:04 AM



by Ben Langhinrichs
For those readers of this blog who don't know, there is a Business Partner forum which allows a great deal of access to IBM, a community of those who care deeply about Lotus Notes/Domino and IBM products, and a place to provide feedback and bug reports that may reach IBM a bit more easily.  It is a mutual support forum with active IBM participation, but (usual caveat must be mentioned), it is not an official support forum.  Nonetheless, I doubt you will regret joining in.  I started a thread in there yesterday about attracting new Business Partners given all the excitement in the community, and this was Debora Cole's message to give to you.
The Partner Forum 2007 Database Now available

The Partner Forum is a peer to peer discussion database used by IBM Business Partners focused on Lotus technologies. This database helps to enable the Business Partner community to exchange Lotus technical information with each other to better deliver solutions to our mutual customers. Lotus employees and Business Partners are encouraged to contribute questions and responses based on their areas of expertise. The database is available for replication from the Lotus Notes Network (LNN).

The database is available for replication from the Lotus Notes Network (LNN) (http://www.ibm.com/software/lotus/support/lnn/).  Business Partners can register on the Lotus Notes Network (LNN). 

If you will be participating in the forum, please fill out a profile and familiarize yourself with the guidelines of the database.
So come on in and give it a try.  If nothing else, it is fun to participate in an IBM forum that has no web interface, but actually utilizes the excellent Notes client.

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