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BleedYellow Sametime Now Available on iPhone, iPad, Droid, and Web Browsers!
Chris Whisonant    

divLets cut to the chase... Go to a href=http://stweb.bleedyellow.comhttp://stweb.bleedyellow.com/a from your web browser or from an iPhone (see note below for Droid and iPad...). Then, login with your same credentials used in your Sametime client. Happy chatting - it can come in really handy in a pinch when you need to contact someone! I know that many of you have been wanting to use the BleedYellow Instant Messaging server for a while but corporate policies have prevented you from installing a client or adding another Sametime Community. Hopefully this will work well for you, and ping me once you get in! img src=http://www.bleedyellow.com/blogs/images/smileys/smile.gif class=smiley alt=:) title=:) /bbr //b/divdiv /divdivWe have also done a couple of slick things to make this easier for you to access. First of all, we changed the port from the default 9080 to just 80. This is easily done through WebSphere. Secondly, thanks to Frank Altenburg and his wonderful presentation a href=http://www-10.lotus.com/ldd/stwiki.nsf/dx/Sametime_8.5.1-From_Zero_to_Hero-Next_GenerationInstallation and Setup of IBM Lotus Sametime 8.5.1 - From Zero to Hero - The next Generation/a, there was a note in there on enabling redirection of the root path. So I was able to get the proxy.server.root.war application to install on the server so that you dont have to go to a href=http://stweb.bleedyellow.com/stwebclient/index.jsphttp://stweb.bleedyellow.com/stwebclient/index.jsp/a (which is the default).  br //divdiv /divdivAlso, the iPhone access works well, but there is a known issue that should be fixed with 8.5.1 FP1. In some discussions I was having with a href=http://www.linkedin.com/in/brianochsBrian Ochs/a, he stated that he was having some similar problems. After he modified one of the js files, he was able to have it work for him. After doing the same thing over here, this is working on BleedYellow now. Thanks Brian - gotta love community!br //divdiv /divdivbDroid and iPad Users:/b You will have to go to directly a href=http://stweb.bleedyellow.com/stwebclient/iphone_index.jsphttp://stweb.bleedyellow.com/stwebclient/iphone_index.jsp/a and bookmark that page as the redirection does not happen automatically as it does with the iPhone. I can confirm that it works on iPad, and I have heard that it should work for Droid users as well. As these are not really quot;supportedquot; by IBM yet, YMMV.br //divdiv /divdivbCOOL Notes Client Use:/b As some of you may not be able to add another community, you may still be able to create a sidebar widget and point it to http://stweb.bleedyellow.com/stwebclient/popup.jsp. This should even pop up a new Notes Client window when you get a new chat. A good alternative to keeping a web browser window open.br //divdivbbr / Important Note:/b There is also currently a known quot;issuequot; with expanding public groups. Since the YellowBleeders group has around 9,000 users, expanding it will timeout. I recommend that you go in through a Sametime Client or web browser and create a personal group with the people you may collaborate with most frequently or just use the browser interface to search the directory for their name and add them to your contacts./divdiv /divdivHappy Mobile Chatting! br //div

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