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September 14, 2005
Although administrators rate their Domino servers as highly secure, that doesn't mean that someone isn't trying to attack them. Here's what you can do to make them even safer.
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Use this LotusScript agent in a Lotus Notes mail-in database to move new mail to a specified folder. Continue Reading
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Our Notes/Domino development expert answers questions from our readers on how to use LotusScript to remove attachments and delete documents. Continue Reading
This LotusScript agent duplicates the AdminP email file creation process by pulling information from a Domino Directory in Lotus Notes/Domino 6.x and higher. Continue Reading
Are you constantly un-doing a mistake one of your Lotus Notes Domino users made? Here are two quick server settings and policy changes to help protect Notes users from themselves and relieve some administrator stress. Continue Reading