MK Net.Work releases ZipMail 8.0 for Notes
MK Net.Work in Paris, France, is now making available a new version of ZipMail, its ZIP compression and decompression tool for Notes clients. The product is designed to save network bandwidth and disk space by transparently compressing e-mail attachments into ZIP files. Version 8.0 is delivered as a single 150 kb DLL file. Other new features include added support for drop-and-drag capabilities, 30 customization options and a new security pack.
Avalon brings auditing to ReduceMail Pro
Avalon Business Systems, a New York-based developer of mail reduction utilities for Notes systems, has added auditing capabilities to its ReduceMail Pro product line. The feature allows internal staff to monitor the content of all user Notes mail for compliance, audit and legal purposes.
Now, ReduceMail Pro allows appropriate staff to search the corporate e-mail system for particular words, phrases, subject lines and attachment names and collect the corresponding documents in an audit database. This database can then be reviewed to determine whether there has been any misconduct for which action must be taken.
iExtensions CRM version 5.2 is now available
iEnterprises Inc., Murray Hill, N.J., CRM, is now shipping iExtensions CRM versions 5.2. The new release takes advantage of existing Domino infrastructures to manage contacts, projects, products, services, events and opportunities. IExtensions can be run on the Notes client, over the Web, on a handheld PDA and with wireless devices.
Enhancements in the new version include performance improvements, more sophisticated synchronization of data across multiple modules, and configuration of the form labels, prompts, navigation tabs, view outlines and window titles through the system settings.
Also from TLCC is a new course called Intermediate Java Programming for Notes Domino 6. Students learn how to use the core Java classes to work with strings, numbers, vectors, arrays, and to read and write information from the hard drive and the Internet. Other topics include Web application techniques like performing field validation, preventing multiple submissions of incomplete forms, and passing data using URL variables. Students will build a Web-based order form that can hold multiple items. The course teaches how to use the Domino Objects for Java classes to access and work with Notes items, rich text items, documents, views, view entries and document collections.
Coolidge issues two new Domino audit tools
Coolidge Development in Tewksbury, Mass., has released Server Audit Pro V1.5 and PC Audit Pro V1.5, Notes-native applications aimed at both administrators and application developers managing in Domino environments. Server Audit Pro looks at all the databases and/or templates on a server and creates a document listing all the database information and properties selected in the preferences. Information will be gathered from all servers and stored in one file. This makes it easier to find orphaned mail files, unused/obsolete applications, and extremely large databases.
PC Audit Pro V1.5 performs a hardware audit of PCs and Servers running Lotus Domino 5 or 6. The audit includes the OS the PC or server is running, the service pack level, the version of Notes deployed, and the amount of RAM installed.
PistolStar releases Domino security add-on
Amherst, N.H.-based PistolStar has released a Domino add-on with 31 features it says are new to R5 and 6. Web Set Password Global 6, a password security and management tool, works with Domino, iNotes, Lotus Instant Messaging & Web Conferencing (Sametime), and Lotus Team Workplace (QuickPlace). It adds single sign-on, password synchronization and self-service functionality to the password authentication process. Web Set Password is packaged and priced for the small-to-medium size business market as well as for large enterprises. It is available in two versions: Deluxe and Global 6.
It supports iSeries, IBM AIX 5.1, Linux, Sun Solaris, UltraSPARC, and Microsoft Windows 98, ME, NT 4.0, 2000, and XP.
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