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Lotus Agenda won't be making the move to Microsoft Windows. In fact, it won't be moving anywhere. Lotus Development Corp. says it will not upgrade the DOS-based personal information manager (PIM) but instead will market The Organizer, a Windows PIM recently acquired from U.K.-based Threadz Ltd.
This is not the first time Lotus Development has bought its way into a particular market--both Ami Pro and cc:Mail joined the company's Working Together suite through acquisition--but this time there's a twist. With the 1988 introduction of Agenda, the company claimed to have created the entire market.
"We are committed to the PIM marketplace," says Paul Paget, …