A.f.a.i.k there are 5 different ways to get your Lotus Notes mail on an Android phone.
1) Lotus Traveler for Android
Benefits: 100% support; fast.
Against: still in beta; requires update of server
2) HTC built-in Exchange Sync
Benefits: Built in and well integrated with phone.
Against: Requires HTC with Android 2.1; Slow; Buggy
3) TouchDown for Exchange
Benefits: Has supported Traveler server since November 2009.
Against: Pay application – not even officially available in Sweden; Not the best looking GUI
Benefits: Does not require Traveler
Against: Only mail; Requires Imap task on server and open ports in firewall
Benefits: Works on all smartphones; Fast; Does not require Traveler
Against: Requires 8.0.2 mail template; Login form does notes save password (easily removed); iNotes redirect database needs to be updated with “android” redirect to ultralite mode
If you try to connect an ActiveSync client to Lotus Traveler server. Remember this:
- Appen /servlet/traveler to dns name of server
- No domain!
- Always use email address as username