Lotus Notes/Domino and mobile device management

As enterprises extend beyond the traditional network, Lotus Notes/Domino administrators must be able to manage users' mobile devices and have access to various collaboration technologies. Ensuring performance and security for remote workers is critical. If you're trying to fix mail delivery problems on a BlackBerry, install Sametime on a device or synchronize a mobile device using Lotus Traveler, this collection of articles can help.

Lotus Notes/Domino and mobile device tips and tutorials

FAQ: Solving your Lotus Notes Domino and BlackBerry problems
Refer to this compilation of frequently asked questions and expert answers when seting up BlackBerry devices in your Notes/Domino environments. Whether synchronizing your Notes Personal Address Book, transferring data between devices or blocking spam, we've got the answers you need.

Approve Lotus Notes documents using a BlackBerry mobile device
Use this agent to match your BlackBerry email to the address specified in a Lotus Notes admin document. Then, message recipients can easily approve Notes documents using a BlackBerry mobile device.

Install Lotus Traveler for Windows Mobile device synchronization
Domino 8.0.1 supports Windows Mobile 5 and Mobile 6 devices via Lotus Traveler. This tutorial tells how to install it, and how to quickly synchronize your device.

Configuring Lotus Sametime on a Blackberry mobile device
Discover the steps to configure Lotus Sametime on a BlackBerry mobile device when running software versions 4.2 or earlier through version 4.3 and later.

Best practices for running BlackBerry Enterprise Server (BES) on Notes Domino
Discover eight best practices and maintenance tips that will keep BlackBerry Enterprise Server running properly in your Lotus Notes Domino environment.

A batch file to back up all active-state BlackBerry databases
Learn how to create a LotusScript agent that will make a DOS batch file to automatically back up all your active state BlackBerry databases to a specified folder.

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This was first published in May 2009

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