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  • LotusScript agent automates selective mail file replication

    You can use selective replication to replicate sets of documents in a Notes/Domino database. But what if you need to replicate several Notes/Domino databases? Get the steps and LotusScript agent to set a replication formula for multiple mail files.

  • Case-insensitive @Unique version combines fields on Lotus Notes forms

    The @Unique function is case sensitive, which can cause problems if you use it to combine values from different fields with differing cases. Here's another Formula language function that will work.

  • Mass-input form uses LotusScript to ease large-scale employee moves

    Use this LotusScript button and Lotus Notes form with a spreadsheet-style interface to enter a high volume of records. This tip is helpful during a large-scale office move and can save your help help desk team time and trouble.

  • Domino server setting and email policy tricks admins must know

    Are you constantly un-doing a mistake one of your Lotus Notes Domino users made? Here are two quick server settings and policy changes to help protect Notes users from themselves and relieve some administrator stress.

  • Can Lotus Notes/Domino and Microsoft SharePoint play nice together?

    As companies transition from employing Generation X to Generation Y workers, use of collaboration software such as Lotus Quickr and Microsoft SharePoint is beginning to gain steam for project and document management. For enterprises that rely solely on Lotus Notes/Domino and Lotus Quickr, the ability for individuals to share information is relatively straightforward and seamless. But even in Domino shops, new applications are cropping up virally that administrators must deal with. Windows SharePoint Server (WSS) 2003 is one such example.

  • IBM Lotus Notes versus Microsoft SharePoint: The rest of the story

    With continued growth in the IBM Lotus Notes install base and expanding deployments of Microsoft SharePoint, there has been renewed discussion about the competitive environment of IBM Lotus Notes/Domino versus Microsoft SharePoint. While the Notes versus SharePoint question is a timely topic for many organizations, it's useful to expand the analysis to include other solutions such as Quickr, Sametime and Connections.

  • Understanding a Lotus Notes Smart Upgrade rollout

    When upgrading to Lotus Notes 8 or Lotus Notes 8.0.1, give your end users the best possible upgrade experience by performing a Smart Upgrade. This tutorial from "Giving your users the complete Notes 8 upgrade experience" gives explains how to successfully roll out a Lotus Notes client upgrade and how to implement a Smart Upgrade.

  • Lotus Notes access error: 'database is not opened yet'

    Discover what security settings you need to fix if you encounter the Lotus Notes database error: 'database is not opened yet.'

  • A guided tour of the Lotus Notes Domino blogosphere

    Discover a handful of the best Lotus Notes Domino blogs on the Web that consistently deliver helpful tips for Domino administrators and developers.

  • Top 10 Lotus Notes Domino administration tips of 2007

    Covering technical topics from hardware and performance to mobility and security, these were the 10 most popular Lotus Notes Domino administration tips of 2007.

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  • Mass-input form uses LotusScript to ease large-scale employee moves

    Use this LotusScript button and Lotus Notes form with a spreadsheet-style interface to enter a high volume of records. This tip is helpful during a large-scale office move and can save your help help desk team time and trouble.

  • Converting Lotus Notes views to XML documents using JavaScript

    To convert Lotus Notes views to XML, you can use the ReadViewEntries command. This tip gives another method -- parsing XML content using JavaScript.

  • A guided tour of the Lotus Notes Domino blogosphere

    Discover a handful of the best Lotus Notes Domino blogs on the Web that consistently deliver helpful tips for Domino administrators and developers.

  • How to fix the size limitation on Lotus Notes summary text fields

    There is a size limitation in summary text fields for all versions of Lotus Notes. This causes problems when users try to display, edit or save the document. SearchDomino.com member Brent Quick outlines the details of this issue and provides a LotusScript fix for it.

  • How to correct Lotus Notes public key mismatches in four easy steps

    If a public key in the Notes Address Book (NAB) isn't the same as the one in the ID file, processes fail, including email encryption, renames and recertifications, password checking and public key checking, and requests sent to the AdminP task. Fixing Lotus Notes IDs with mismatched public keys is simple though, if you know these four steps.

  • Cracked users' HTTP passwords still a threat on many Lotus Notes R6 and R7 domains

    During the course of several recent Domino domain audits, consultant Andy Pedisich discovered what was thought to be an extinct Lotus Notes security problem. Unfortunately, it still seems prevalent in many Lotus Notes R6 and R7 domains. Find out if your Notes/Domino domain is at risk for someone cracking your users' HTTP passwords.

  • Top 10 Notes/Domino administration tips of 2006

    Here are the top 10 Notes/Domino administration tips from 2006. From improving your Domino Web Access performance and combating calendar delegation issues to running an ND upgrade pilot and managing Windows Client Access Licenses, these topics grabbed your attention the most in 2006.

  • Creating a Lotus Notes view column categorized by month

    A common problem when creating a Lotus Notes view is designing a column that categorizes documents by month (or quarter). Many Lotus Notes developers have reinvented this wheel many times over, with varying degrees of success. In this tip, SearchDomino.com contributor Chuck Connell attempts to solve this problem once and for all.

  • A project-tracking application for Lotus Notes Domino

    Lotus Notes and Domino expert Chuck Connell has revived and updated his popular "Things to Do" task- and project-tracking application for Lotus Notes Domino.

  • Putting a stop to incoming spam on Lotus Notes 6.5

    SearchDomino.com expert Chuck Connell provides a resource for a Lotus Notes administrator who wants to filter out email containing the word "spam," and offers advice on setting appropriately sized user mailbox quoatas.

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  • Are you ready for LotusLive hosted email services?

    Now that LotusLive is publically available, Notes/Domino customers are trying to decide if they should make the move to hosted email services. See what the benefits are and what you need to know before moving to hosted email services in this article from industry analyst Karen Hobert.

  • An introduction to iNotes for Lotus Notes/Domino 8.5

    With the recent release of Lotus Notes/Domino 8.5 comes three revamped iNotes interfaces. Learn about the different versions of iNotes and when they're most appropriate to deploy. Plus, get an overview of the competitive Web-based email landscape.

  • iNotes and Domino Web Access Administration Guide

    Every day, more and more businesses are using Web mail for remote email access. Those running Lotus Notes and Domino rely on Domino Web Access (DWA) -- also known as iNotes. This SearchDomino.com administration guide provides tips, tutorials and expert advice to help Lotus Notes/Domino administrators manage and troubleshoot iNotes and DWA. From performance management and customizations to deployment and migration, you'll learn everything you need to know to be at the top of your game when it comes to iNotes and Domino Web Access administration.

  • Top 10 Notes/Domino administration tips of 2006

    Here are the top 10 Notes/Domino administration tips from 2006. From improving your Domino Web Access performance and combating calendar delegation issues to running an ND upgrade pilot and managing Windows Client Access Licenses, these topics grabbed your attention the most in 2006.

  • Two fast and easy Domino Web Access performance tips

    SearchDomino.com contributor Andy Pedisich explains two simple configuration changes you can make to Domino Web Access that will improve its performance for your users.

  • Changing timeout intervals for Domino Web Access authentication

    Learn how to change authentication timeout interval for Domino Web Access logins.

  • Possible Domino Denial of Service factors detailed

    Recent weeks have brought word of Domino vulnerabilities, which potentially can be exploited to cause forms of DoS (Denial of Service). Reports describe an error in the handling of mail rules creation in Domino Web Access that can be exploited to crash the Domino server by creating more than 150 rule documents in the mail database. As well, an error in the Out-Of-Office Agent when processing a message with a From field greater than 256 characters may be exploited to crash the Agent Manager. Among other potential hazards is an error that exists in Update Task that may be exploited to crash the Domino server via spurious input characters.

  • Preferences window malfunction in Domino Web Access

  • SSO facility from Oracle Web portal to Domino mailbox

  • How to allow offsite access to Notes client

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  • SaaS and collaboration set the stage at Lotusphere

    SearchDomino.com recently spoke with two expert analysts about their views from Lotusphere 2009. In this Q&A, both analysts share insight technologies introduced at the show, such as LotusLive and Lotus Foundations as well as some predictions on the Lotus Notes/Domino market throughout the coming year.

  • Can Lotus Notes/Domino and Microsoft SharePoint play nice together?

    As companies transition from employing Generation X to Generation Y workers, use of collaboration software such as Lotus Quickr and Microsoft SharePoint is beginning to gain steam for project and document management. For enterprises that rely solely on Lotus Notes/Domino and Lotus Quickr, the ability for individuals to share information is relatively straightforward and seamless. But even in Domino shops, new applications are cropping up virally that administrators must deal with. Windows SharePoint Server (WSS) 2003 is one such example.

  • IBM Lotus Notes versus Microsoft SharePoint: The rest of the story

    With continued growth in the IBM Lotus Notes install base and expanding deployments of Microsoft SharePoint, there has been renewed discussion about the competitive environment of IBM Lotus Notes/Domino versus Microsoft SharePoint. While the Notes versus SharePoint question is a timely topic for many organizations, it's useful to expand the analysis to include other solutions such as Quickr, Sametime and Connections.

  • 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.

  • Sametime

    Sametime is software from Lotus for group collaboration over the Internet.

  • IBM showcases Notes/Domino 8.5; new products at Lotusphere

    At Lotusphere 2008, IBM disclosed updates on Notes and Domino 8.5 and a mashup tool for end users.

  • A look at Lotus Sametime 7.5

    Lotus Sametime 7.5 includes over 150 new features, a new instant messaging GUI and a redesigned Web conferencing interface. Using slides, screenshots, a video demo and detailed tutorials, this collection of resources will introduce you to the collaboration capabilities of Lotus Sametime 7.5 and teach you how to build Sametime plug-ins using the Eclipse framework.

  • How to enable communication between multiple Lotus Sametime servers

    SearchDomino.com Sametime administration expert Mathew Newman explains-step-by-step how to enable communication between multiple Lotus Sametime servers. You'll learn how to configure your Notes/Domino environment so that clients on one Lotus Sametime server can connect and send messages to Sametime users on a different machine.

  • Lotus Sametime users with different 'home' servers cannot see each other online

    If Lotus Sametime users on different "home" servers cannot see each other online, you may need to change your Sametime server awareness by creating Sametime connection documents in both directions. In this Ask the Expert Q&A, SearchDomino.com Sametime administration expert Mathew Newman explains how.

  • Resources for deploying Lotus Sametime on the Internet

    SearchDomino.com's Sametime administration expert Mathew Newman offers advice to a Lotus Notes administrator looking for resources for deploying Lotus Sametime on the Internet.

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  • Lotus makes mobile partnerships and Notes Traveler top priorities

    IBM Lotus is making a move to consider mobility when revising and improving software tools. Support for Lotus Notes Traveler 8.5.1 on the iPhone and partnerships with RIM, Sprint and other carriers, prove IBM's dedication to the mobile market.

  • Lotus Notes/Domino and mobile device management

    The ability to work via mobile devices while traveling is crucial to the success of many Notes/Domino users. If you're experiencing mail delivery problems on a BlackBerry, installing Sametime on a device or synchronizing mobile devices using Lotus Traveler, these articles will help.

  • An introduction to iNotes for Lotus Notes/Domino 8.5

    With the recent release of Lotus Notes/Domino 8.5 comes three revamped iNotes interfaces. Learn about the different versions of iNotes and when they're most appropriate to deploy. Plus, get an overview of the competitive Web-based email landscape.

  • 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.

  • SaaS and collaboration set the stage at Lotusphere

    SearchDomino.com recently spoke with two expert analysts about their views from Lotusphere 2009. In this Q&A, both analysts share insight technologies introduced at the show, such as LotusLive and Lotus Foundations as well as some predictions on the Lotus Notes/Domino market throughout the coming year.

  • Collaboration on the run with Lotus Notes and Domino

    This guide gives some considerations when deploying mobile devices in your Notes/Domino environment as well as thoughts on possible issues you may face. You'll also find an extensive tutorial that explains step-by-step how to set up IBM Lotus Sametime on your BlackBerry device and some solutions to your specific post-deployment problems.

  • Solving your Lotus Notes Domino and BlackBerry problems

    Our annual survey shows that a large majority of our Lotus Notes Domino readers are using BlackBerry mobile devices. 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.

  • 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.

  • Exploring Lotus Notes Domino 8.0.1 and beyond

    Learn about some significant new features in IBM's Lotus Notes 8.0.1 release, such as Traveler and MyWidgets, and how they add to the previous 8.0 experience.

  • 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.

  • VIEW MORE ON : Mobile Devices