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December 08, 2005
Learn about the items you should consider when defining a backup process on your Lotus Domino server.
October 24, 2005
Management software firm Computer Associates has joined the crowded and emerging email archiving market with the purchase of iLumin Software.
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Fast and reliable backup and recovery are critical for most Lotus Notes and Domino Server shops, but not always easy to achieve. This collection of tips, tutorials and expert advice will teach you best practices and methods you can use to simplify ... Continue Reading
SearchDomino.com expert Chuck Connell explains your options if you can't restore a corrupted certlog.nsf file using the fixup command. Continue Reading
In an attempt to copy an existing database to a new one, a Lotus Notes administrator accidentally deletes all the data in the .NSF file. SearchDomino.com expert Chuck Connell provides a post-mortem of this Lotus Notes replication snafu. Continue Reading
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Get an introduction to DAOS (Domino Attachment Object Storage), a new feature in Lotus Notes 8.5 that preserves disk space by transferring attachments to a file system in your server, leaving you with tickets that reference the attachments, making ... Continue Reading
SearchDomino.com member Jari Riihimaki provides a Lotus Notes agent that automatically creates a backup copy of your Domino Directory. After implementing this agent, you'll never again need to restore documents back to your Domino Directory or check... Continue Reading
SearchDomino.com contributor Andy Pedisich explains how the AutoSave feature works in Lotus Notes/Domino 7 for recovering documents from a Lotus Notes database after a nasty "red screen of death" crash occurs -- and warns of a big caveat you need to... Continue Reading
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When using Lotus Notes database replication for disaster recovery purposes, find out what data you need to include for full recoveries. Continue Reading
Now more than ever, companies need to take aggressive action to improve the reliability and reduce the cost of their backup operations. These nine steps show you how. Continue Reading
SearchDomino.com expert Chuck Connell helps a Lotus Domino administrator troubleshoot a "File truncated – file may have been damaged" error when attempting to restore an archived NSF file. Continue Reading