TOP 10 ADMINISTRATION TIPS OF 2008---
#1. A batch file for Lotus Notes Domino maintenance on Windows Server 2003
Discover a batch file you can use with Microsoft Task Scheduler to run maintenance on a Lotus Notes Domino system sitting on top of Windows Server 2003.
#2. Troubleshoot Lotus Notes Out of Office (OOO) agent error messages
Troubleshoot the Lotus Notes error: '182 Instance member CONFIGUREMAILAGENTTEXT does not exist' message that occurs when enabling Out of Office agents.
#3. Send pop-up admin messages to Lotus Notes users from Domino Server
Send admin notifications to Lotus Notes users via pop-up messages sent from the Domino Server console instead of through the often-ignored status bar.
#4. Add a program doc to compact Lotus Notes databases automatically
Learn the steps to add a program doc to Lotus Notes users' local public address books to compress large Lotus Notes databases automatically without closing the client.
#5. Five Domino domain default server settings you should change and why
Andy Pedisich gives five default settings in your Domino domain that you should change, to improve server performance, enhance Domino security and give you tighter control over your Domino domain.
#6. Avoid Lotus Notes Domino email archiving ACL issues with AdminP
Create a custom AdminP handler to fix mail file delegation and ACL problems caused by third-party email-archiving software for Lotus Notes Domino.
#7. Move a Lotus Domino server to a new certifier without a reinstall
Learn step-by-step how to move a Lotus Domino server to a new certifier without a reinstallation or changing any original settings.
#8. Fix Lotus Notes 8.0 issues when launching Microsoft Office applications
Discover a workaround to fix Lotus Notes 8.0 issues when launching Microsoft Office applications without installing Lotus Symphony.
#9. Securely connect Lotus Domino servers on different domains
Learn how to safely and securely connect Lotus Domino servers that are located on different domains through a process called cross-certification.
#10. Secure Lotus Notes 8 with the Internet password lockout feature
Read how the Lotus Notes 8 Internet password lockout feature increases system security by allowing administrators to track and log HTTP access attempts.
This was first published in January 2009