• August 28, 2002 28 Aug'02

    True Domino Blooper #10: Who needs documentation when you have imagination?

    When this Domino admin installed new help desk software on her system she didn't read the documentation. As things started to go wrong she found herself writing the book on the merits of following the vendor's instructions.

  • August 28, 2002 28 Aug'02

    New e-mail policy manager and gateway launch well-timed

    The launch of a new e-mail policy manager and gateway is well-timed.

  • August 22, 2002 22 Aug'02

    Visto articulates mobile e-mail ROI to Notes users

    Wireless firm Visto has $93 million in private equity, eight patents to its name and some convincing technology, but can it lure in Lotus Notes and Microsoft Outlook users?

  • August 14, 2002 14 Aug'02

    True Domino Blooper #8: With vacations like this, who needs work?

    This Lotus professional's attempt to keep connected on vacation kept him chained to his cell phone. Instead of a relaxing holiday away from the workday toil, the wannabe vacationer ended up trying to mop up a messy e-mail bomb.

  • August 07, 2002 07 Aug'02

    True Domino Blooper #7: AdminP worm unleashed

    When this Lotus administrator built an administration utility he knew better than to test it in a live environment. Unfortunately, the company that tasked him with the job didn't want to bother with a testing environment and ended up turning a worm ...

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  • August 04, 2002 04 Aug'02

    KM not just for big spenders

    KM not just for big spenders

  • July 31, 2002 31 Jul'02

    Lotus' Brill on WebSphere, Domino 6

    Our recent Webcast with Lotus manager Ed Brill not only generated Microsoft vs. Exchange questions, but also questions about WebSphere and, most of all, Domino 6. Time ran out before Brill could answer all of your questions, so we posed a few ...

  • July 26, 2002 26 Jul'02

    Quick Takes: iEnterprises helps Notes take on office tasks

    iEnterprises helps Notes users solve their office tasks, Sybari Software ships its Antigen 6.0 antivirus product for Domino and SuSE Linux creates a new product by combining Linux and the Lotus Application Server.

  • July 23, 2002 23 Jul'02

    True Domino Blooper #5: I'm not a Notes expert, but I play one on TV

    This developer got his start in the business through a lucky typo. Read this week's blooper and find out how.

  • July 12, 2002 12 Jul'02

    Calendaring and scheduling questions answered

    Lotus expert Jill Jones has returned to answer more of your questions about calendaring and scheduling.

  • July 11, 2002 11 Jul'02

    Can Domino do .NET?

    Lotus is eager to integrate Web services with Domino, but IBM has not revealed how its Java-based approach will mesh with the .NET platform of its Web services buddy Microsoft.

  • July 11, 2002 11 Jul'02

    Answers to your Notes 6 messaging questions

    Expert Jill Jones answers questions about new messaging features in Domino 6.

  • July 09, 2002 09 Jul'02

    True Domino Blooper #3: Return to sender

    This Lotus developer was trying to come up with a clever solution to forward incoming e-mails to recipients' text-enabled mobile phones. Instead he ended up setting off a mail bomb on himself and his ASP. The following story is a good example of how...

  • July 09, 2002 09 Jul'02

    Notes and Domino 6 beta exams coming next week

    The Notes and Domino 6 System Administration Update Exam and Application Development Update Exam will be available in beta versions starting on July 15, but only 100 CLPs will be able to register for each beta exam.

  • July 02, 2002 02 Jul'02

    True Domino Blooper #2: Independence Day blunder

    This week we celebrate Independence Day in the U.S. (July 4th). Before you don your red, white and blue decorations and blast off those fireworks with your friends, families and colleagues, check out what "Domino Dude" sent us.




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