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January 17, 2006
Microsoft's new collaboration tools promise to make it a lot easier to move applications and mailboxes off of IBM's Notes/Domino platform.
September 07, 2005
A new report from Ferris Research says that organizations upgrading from Notes/Domino 6 to R7 should average cost reductions of 15% in both direct and user productivity categories.
July 27, 2005
In this article, Chen Lin, president of ToJava, which migrates Notes apps to J2EE, lists the steps in a Notes-to-Java migration. Part 1 explained how Notes and Java apps differ.
June 23, 2005
Even though Notes/Domino 7 is more than two months from official release, IBM employees and savvy Domino users alike have already begun posting tips and tricks for the upgrade.
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When upgrading a Lotus Notes client, a Smart Upgrade lets administrators control the process via policy. Get the four steps to a Notes Smart Upgrade here. Continue Reading
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 ... Continue Reading
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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 ... Continue Reading
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While an install of Lotus Domino 8.x on Windows Server 2008 is similar to a Windows Server 2003 installation, there are a few gotchas to watch for. Continue Reading
If you have a Lotus Notes 7 client on your computer and install Lotus Notes 8 on the same machine, the Notes 8 installation will upgrade your existing Notes client automatically. However, it's also possible to deploy Lotus Notes 8 and retain a ... Continue Reading
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IBM Lotus recently announced end of support for Notes, Domino and Lotus Enterprise Integrator 7.x products. This practical move allows IBM to focus their resources on Notes/Domino 8.x. But what will happen to companies not ready – or willing&... Continue Reading
Upon moving to Lotus Notes 8, some Lotus Notes users received an error message stating: 'Database has not been opened yet.' Find out why here. Continue Reading
Because some Lotus Notes and Domino shops have their current server name deeply embedded in their Lotus Notes agents, they cannot replace their server with one that has a new name. This makes a gradual server upgrade impossible. To solve this ... Continue Reading