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Seriously, IBM. A week before Lotusphere...
Ben Langhinrichs    

I wanted to verify some track names from the Lotusphere website, so I went to http://www.Lotusphere.com today.

Seriously, IBM?





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You are in a maze of twisty SharePoint passages
Tue, Apr 15th 2014 10:29a   Ben Langhinrichs
Or rather, I am. And they are not all the same, but rather all are different, and in many different ways. After a long, long hiatus while Midas LSX 5 was finished and released and CoexLinks Fidelity 3.5 was finished and released, I am back to working on SharePoint. It is an adventure (see what I did there?), but after installing piece after piece, I have the SharePoint Online Management Shell working and connected. Next on the agenda is trying out creating a new site through the shell, followed [read] Keywords: lsx sharepoint
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Audience retention
Wed, Apr 9th 2014 3:50p   Ben Langhinrichs
Sometimes, even small data can be useful. Once in a while, I go to Youtube and look at the statistics, because it helps me to understand what people like and how well I am keeping their interest. The following three shots are my most popular Gimp tutorial followed by my most recent Gimp tutorial followed by my channel intro video. As you can see at a glance, the first two are pretty good, but I need to work on that Channel intro. Most popular Gimp tutorial Most recent Gimp tutorial Channe [read] Keywords:
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Brief demo of Message Store in CoexLinks Fidelity
Tue, Apr 8th 2014 6:20a   Ben Langhinrichs
A few days ago, we announced the release of CoexLinks Fidelity 3.5. Along with high quality MIME rendering for IBM Notes, CoexLinks has a new feature called the Message Store. I thought I'd put together a brief demo of the Message Store which also shows a little of the new fidelity. The Message Store is designed for companies who have mixed environments including Notes/Domino applications and possibly Notes/Domino mail users along with other users with Microsoft Outlook, GMail or other email sy [read] Keywords: domino ibm notes notes client applications email microsoft outlook
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Maybe I should call the next one Bruce
Thu, Apr 3rd 2014 5:30p   Ben Langhinrichs
Back in October, I announced that we were changing the name of the Midas Rich Text LSX to the Midas LSX after 16 years. Today, I announced that we were changing the name of CoexLinks to Coexlinks Fidelity after 11 years. Which brings up the obvious question, what will we call CoexEdit when we announce a new major release in a week or so? I'm thinking Bruce. Not for any practical purpose, only philosophical ones. Just to keep it clear. [read] Keywords: lsx rich text archive
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Introducing CoexLinks Fidelity
Thu, Apr 3rd 2014 2:06p   Ben Langhinrichs
Today, we are putting up a new version of CoexLinks called Coexlinks Fidelity. While it is technically CoexLinks 3.5 for internal reasons, it is the biggest addition of functionality for CoexLinks in years. The core CoexLinks functionality of converting doclinks to usable links in Outlook, Google Mail or other web mail is still in place, and more flexible and powerful than ever. But now, there are two additional areas of functionality added to enhance the power and value of CoexLinks: Email Fide [read] Keywords: domino notes notes client rich text css database email google outlook security smtp
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A customer request
Thu, Mar 27th 2014 11:20a   Ben Langhinrichs
Without mentioning names, we got a customer request today: We need to migrate some data to SQL server and having difficulties with RTF's. By using @abstract, results are mixed. Some records have partial data from RTF field and also formatting is not retained. So we are looking for MidasLSX which allow us to easily export an RTF along with a few other fields directly into SQL server or write all the records from Notes database into a CSV file which can be imported into SQL table. We need to migr [read] Keywords: notes database server sql
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Quick Mask - Fun easy uses in Gimp 2.8
Thu, Mar 27th 2014 8:19a   Ben Langhinrichs
While Gimp may not be relevant to IBM software or Notes/Domino, many business partners have chosen to use this free, open source image manipulation software for creating graphics, cleaning up photos and even building simple animations. Over on Mini-Lessons.info, I have twenty-two different Gimp tutorials along with many tutorials on Notes/Domino topics including some on the Midas LSX and CoexLinks. This is my latest Gimp 2.8 mini-lesson. Like all of my videos, there are no ads at all, and I aim [read] Keywords: domino ibm lsx notes
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Beware: Will make you feel like family
Mon, Mar 24th 2014 10:10a   Ben Langhinrichs
As one of the many in the Notes community who have felt this way about Bruce Elgort over the years, it is nice to see that his students feel the same way. Congratulations on your well-earned adoration, Bruce! [read] Keywords: notes community planetlotus planetlotus.org
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The pointy-haired boss takes a data dump
Mon, Mar 24th 2014 7:00a   Ben Langhinrichs
When your PHB needs to take a data dump from Notes to SQL Server or DB2 or SharePoint Lists or whatever, and your organization is low on Notes developers, there's always the Midas LSX and the completely data-driven Export to CSV database. Request an evaluation license today and see how easy it can be. Or watch the video for a short demo. High fidelity full screen is recommended, and closed captions are available both for following along in English or getting translations to other languages. [read] Keywords: lsx notes database db2 server sharepoint sql




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Help needed in Lanes 1 and 2
Thu, Mar 20th 2014 8:03a   Ben Langhinrichs
Yesterday, I laid out a roadmap for Genii Software, defining three lanes that we see companies fall into and how we aim to address the needs of those companies. Over the next few days, I will post a few examples to illustrate our goals. Lanes 1 and Lane 2:Taking data from a Notes database to SQL server without Notes development Problem: a company has a Notes database, and they need to take a number of fields of a specific form and put them into SQL Server tables. They may be migrating (Lane 1) o [read] Keywords: lsx notes rich text archive database development server sql




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