- May 07, 2004
Experts claim that firms large and small can benefit from e-mail outsourcing, but one user said managed e-mail services have caused him nothing but trouble.
- May 05, 2004
Two industry experts at Enterprise Messaging Decisions offer their tips and advice on how to run a secure e-mail system and avoid messaging disasters.
- May 05, 2004
Virus writers, spammers and even the feds are straining e-mail systems. And if you think things are bad today, tougher times are likely ahead.
- May 05, 2004
Microsoft has announced the addition of an IBM Lotus Notes add-on pack for its Microsoft Office Live Meeting 2003.
- May 03, 2004
With iAnywhere's new application server, developers can use a familiar environment to enable mobile access to Domino apps.
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- April 28, 2004
Andy Pedisich discusses the pros and cons of allowing employees to use third-party e-mail accounts, how to select third-party antispam solutions, e-mail spoofing issues, and more.
- April 27, 2004
Lots of companies are upgrading e-mail platforms or moving to new systems. Those who've made the move offer up advice from the trenches.
- April 26, 2004
I've always found the energy placed into the Domino vs. Exchange debate wasted, given the fact that most of my customers tend to use either platform for mostly e-mail and not the more advanced collaborative features that are available.
- April 23, 2004
Here's a roundup of some of the month's Notes-related announcements.
- April 22, 2004
New research explains just how bad the problem of e-mail spoofing has gotten -- and which businesses are the most likely to have their corporate identities ripped off.
- April 21, 2004
IBM Lotus is disputing an analyst's assertion that its Workplace product line will cause Big Blue's messaging market share to tumble.
- April 19, 2004
Bayesian filters are effective spam fighters, but they are best used as a last line of defense against unwanted e-mail, experts say. To get more aggressive, try DNS blacklists, whitelists and a relatively new method called URL-based filtering.
- April 15, 2004
Microsoft has released an updated version of its free tool to connect Outlook with IBM Lotus Domino servers.
- April 09, 2004
Instant messaging and Web conferencing applications will soon transform enterprise communication, according to International Data Corp.
- April 08, 2004
What would happen if a blacklist -- which is supposed to protect against junk e-mail -- made everyone look like a spammer? A vendor in the Domino community found out.