Good news for all you Lotus Notes users: As of July you'll be able to get your e-mail on your phone.

On Monday, Good Technology is set to announce the addition of Good Mobile Messaging for IBM Lotus Domino to its stable of mobile computing software. The new service synchronizes Lotus e-mail, contacts, calendars, journals and to-do lists over the air in real time.

According to Rick Osterloh, Good's vice president of products, the service has the potential to make life easier for approximately 125 million Lotus Notes users--that is, as long as they carry a Motorola Q, Cingular 8125 Pocket PC, Palm Treo, Nokia E61 or other Windows Mobile device.

IT administrators will love the Good Mobile Defense option that allows them to wirelessly manage the security for each device they are responsible for. The bad news is that from now on your IT guy can control which applications are (antivirus software) or are not (games) allowed on your handheld.