Here Are All the Domino Licensing Models and What they Contain

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There has been some confusion regarding what licensing models for Domino that are available after HCL took over from IBM. Here they are!

Before we start, here’s an explanation for some of the products:

  • HCL Client Application Access: A thin Notes client that makes it possible to run it your web browser
  • Verse on-Premises: The new Domino webmail (which will replace iNotes completely from V12)
  • HCL Traveler: The server that Verse (the mobile email and calendaring client) connects to
  • HCL Domino AppdDev Pack: The application development pack that makes it easy to develop Domino based solutions with node.js
  • InstallShield Tuner for Notes: A program that makes it easy for you to set up where and how Notes should be installed. You can also set settings for the Notes client
  • HCL mail Add-in: A plugin for Outlook so that you can use your Domino mail and calendar in Outlook via your Traveler server (used to be called IMSMO)
  • SwiftFile for HCL Notes: An add-on for HCL Notes that makes it easier to sort, archive and work with email
  • HCL Nomad: The mobile client which enables you to rund Notes applications on your cellphone or tablet

HCL Domino Collaboration Express 11.0 ☆

  • HCL Domino
  • HCL Notes
  • HCL Client Application Access
  • HCL Domino Designer
  • HCL Verse On-Premises
  • HCL Traveler
  • HCL Nomad
  • HCL Notes Dictionaries
  • HCL Sametime
  • HCL Connections (only the permitted functions of the Profiles and Files components as set forth
    below)
  • HCL Connections Content Manager Connector for Notes
  • HCL Domino AppDev Pack
  • InstallShield Tuner for Notes
  • HCL mail Add-in
  • HCL mail Add-on
  • SwiftFile for HCL Notes
  • IBM DB2 Enterprise Server Edition

See all details here

HCL Messaging Express 11.0

  • HCL Domino
  • HCL Notes
  • HCL Verse On-Premises
  • HCL Traveler
  • HCL Notes Dictionaries
  • HCL Sametime
  • HCL Connections (only the permitted functions of the Profiles and Files components as set forth
    below)
  • InstallShield Tuner for Notes
  • HCL mail Add-in
  • HCL mail Add-on
  • SwiftFile for HCL Notes
  • IBM DB2 Enterprise Server Edition

See all details here

HCL Domino Utility Express 11.0

  • HCL Client Application Access
  • HCL Domino Designer
  • HCL Nomad
  • HCL Domino AppDev Pack

See all details here

HCL Domino Utility Server 11.0

  • HCL Client Application Access
  • HCL Domino Designer
  • HCL Nomad
  • HCL Domino AppDev Pack

See all details here

HCL Notes Domino Complete Collaboration 11.0 ☆

  • HCL Domino
  • HCL Notes
  • HCL Client Application Access
  • HCL Domino Designer
  • HCL Verse On-Premises
  • HCL Traveler
  • HCL Nomad
  • HCL Notes Dictionaries
  • HCL Sametime
  • HCL Connections (only the permitted functions of the Profiles and Files components as set forth
    below)
  • HCL Connections Content Manager Connector for Notes
  • HCL Domino AppDev Pack
  • InstallShield Tuner for Notes
  • HCL mail Add-in
  • HCL mail Add-on
  • SwiftFile for HCL Notes
  • IBM DB2 Enterprise Server Edition

See all details here

HCL Domino AppDev Pack 1.0.1 (Tool)

See all details here

HCL Domino Designer 10.0.1.2 (Tool)

See all details here

HCL Domino Enterprise Server 10.0.1

See all details here

HCL Domino Messaging client access 10.0.1.2 ( for HCL Notes, HCL iNotes )

See all details here

HCL Domino Messaging Server 10.0.1

See all details here

HCL Notes Community Client for Non-Production v10.0.1 (Non-Production)

See all details here

☆ = If I’m not mistaken, I think these are the ones you need if you want Domino Volt. That’s because you need to convert into one of the following two licenses to be able to purchase Volt licenses:

  • Complete Collaboration Bundle (D1VC7LL, D1VCLLL and E0NXRLL)
  • Bundle Mail and Social Collaboration (#TN100231M01)

Not sure if this makes it all much easier to understand, but at least we know what you get with each one of them. As for prices, that is between you and your business partner.

 

3 thoughts on “Here Are All the Domino Licensing Models and What they Contain”

  1. That is very useful thanks. It was quite concerning when Leap was positioned as a solution to the “charge per app” model. Leap is very different in terms of cost and functionality from what ISVs have traditionally found useful in Domino.

    Is Nomad part of HCL Domino Utility Express 11.0 ?
    It feels as though it is a “per head” type thing but it could be quite useful to ISVs too.

    Thanks, Sean

  2. Where is ISV’s XWORK? Hey HCL, we do web development on Domino here…

    Anyway, I know that Richard Moy from Phora Group is helping building a use case for XWork, but still disappointed.

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