Imagine that you are talking to a coworker who is halfway across the world. You are talking without using a telephone, and you can see each other as though you were in the same room. Now imagine that your coworker opens a document that you are both working on, and you can see it and make changes to it. Without a fax machine. Without e-mail.
You can stop imagining.
With IBM® Lotus® Sametime®, you can meet with anyone, anywhere, anytime. You can collaborate with your coworkers in many ways, including:
Lotus Sametime includes the following feature areas:
Tip You must enter the fully qualified Domain Name System (DNS) name of the server. For example, if your server is http://www.sametime.com, you must enter the full name; you cannot enter "sametime" or "sametime.com." (See your administrator if you do not know the fully qualified DNS name of the server.)
Lotus Sametime includes help systems for end users and administrators.
Help for end users
From the Lotus Sametime Welcome page, click Sametime Meetings Help to access this Help. This help system provides comprehensive help for the end user features of Lotus Sametime online meetings. This help system is also accessible from the Help menus of the Meeting Room client.
If you download the Lotus Sametime Print Capture utility, you can access help for Print Capture from the Print dialog box of the program you are using. See the topic "Converting Files with Lotus Sametime Print Capture" for more information.
Lotus Sametime uses a Domino infrastructure based on the Domino server. Administrators interested in more information about the functioning of the Domino infrastructure can access online versions of Domino documentation at the developerWorks Workplace documentation page at http://www.lotus.com/ldd/doc
The Sametime Meetings Help describes the meeting features, but your Lotus Sametime server might not include all of these features. Your system administrator can customize Lotus Sametime to suit your company's needs. In addition, your system administrator can incorporate Lotus Sametime features into other software programs or additional areas of Lotus Sametime.
Your system administrator determines whether or not your organization uses the Enterprise Meeting Server (EMS). The EMS is not a part of Lotus Sametime. If you use the EMS: