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November 03, 2005
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In the final segment of the tutorial, "Step-by-Step Guide: How to install Lotus Domino Server on Linux," you'll learn a script that makes Domino start automatically whenever you boot the Linux machine, and stop gracefully when you (or a power ... Continue Reading
Part 3 of the tutorial, "Step-by-Step Guide: How to install Lotus Domino Serveron Linux" oultines how to install Lotus Domino Server on top of the Linux operating system. Continue Reading
Here you can learn about the Formula language for Lotus Notes functions that are used to manage text strings. Continue Reading
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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. Continue Reading
Discover notes.ini settings you can implement that will track and record the Lotus Notes users and IP addresses that log onto your Domino server. Continue Reading
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 ... Continue Reading
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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. ... Continue Reading
IBM Lotus has urged customers to upgrade to Notes/Domino 6.5.5 and 7.0.1 for security reasons. But a newly discovered calendar delegation problem in the Lotus Notes 6.5.5 client software may be concern enough to delay your upgrade. Continue Reading
This tip tells you why you should beware of attachments when writing docs to a mail.box in R6. Continue Reading