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Issues with IBM Verse (Traveler) App
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The horrors of migrating to Domino when Single Item Recovery is in use on Exchange
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Don't cry because it's over. Smile because it happened.
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The Curious Case Of The Configuration Document
Sun, Feb 7th 2016 152
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Issues with IBM Verse (Traveler) App
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Don't cry because it's over. Smile because it happened.
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The horrors of migrating to Domino when Single Item Recovery is in use on Exchange
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Does Traveler have an issue with the Domino Domain?
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The Curious Case Of The Configuration Document
Sun, Feb 7th 2016 11:46a   Andy Donaldson
Wow, had to blow the dust off of the old blog here so that I could share something I learned over the weekend. And it was a bitter lesson, indeed. Here's the scenario:Had to stand up a new Domino server in my domain that would allow for SMTP traffic between us and our cloud based anti-spam/malware service. A requirement of this mail flow topology is that the connectivity between my on-prem and cloud solution must have TLS connectivity. Okay, not a big deal, right? Well, it didn't work out
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A friendly reminder about iOS9, Traveler and self-signed certificates on Domino
Fri, Aug 14th 2015 10:29p   Andy Donaldson
Hey gang! It's your old pal Andy here with a friendly reminder on the 12th anniversary of the old House O' Blog. If you have a IBM Traveler server running and you are using a self-signed certificate on the Domino portion of the server, you better make sure you fix that before iOS9 launches! One of the features that iOS9 offers is that if you make an HTTPS call to a server, any server, and the certificate of that server is not signed by a trusted authority the connection will fail. I verifie
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My Birthday Edicts - Obey!!! (Updated!)
Sun, Jun 28th 2015 11:38a   Andy Donaldson
(Two years ago, I wrote this blog post as I was feeling reflective on my life. I have updated it with a few new things) So today I celebrate the 46th anniversary of my birth. Still am amazed I made it this far. But with the love of a good women at your side, two wonderful kids and two ornery Beagles, it's not all that hard. But this morning after I awoke, I had a revelation. One day, the birthdays for me will end. Okay, I'm not saying that to be morbid, so stick with me here. But yes, on
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Issues with IBM Verse (Traveler) App
Thu, Jun 11th 2015 10:33a   Andy Donaldson
Feels a little weird being in here. Haven't blogged in a while. Smells kind of musty. Better open a window.There. That's better.Hey kids, Andy here with a brand new blog update. Seems that last week our pals over at IBM decided that the Traveler app for Android devices needed a new coat of paint and a shiny new name. Yup, they went ahead and called the latest update to the app Verse (insert heavenly angelic chorus here). That's all fine and good, but, soon after the update hit Google Play
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The horrors of migrating to Domino when Single Item Recovery is in use on Exchange
Mon, Mar 16th 2015 12:15p   Andy Donaldson
Here's a new one for ya, true believers.The past couple of weeks I have been involved with migrating email users from a recent acquisition my company made to Domino from Exchange. This is a process I have done many times in the past and when using CMT from Binary Tree, it's a very straight forward but drawn out task. However, this time posed a bigger challenge. One that I have never encountered before. And it was a pain.Like migrations in the past, I've relied on someone who understands the




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