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My customers don’t want Mail.Next
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Addendum to my Domino DBMT post (well, a correction)
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iNotes and IE11 - yes it is supported
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Exporting Domino SSL keyfiles to another format for use with IHS
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IBM Notes 9.0 Beta screen shots
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So Domino and SHA2.....There’s a SPR for that
Wed, Aug 20th 2014 7:20a   Darren Duke
As some of you know, SHA2 support in the native Domino HTTP stack has been a bit of a fire starter of late. As IBM like to say "we've not heard that from our customers", here's your chance to change that. How do you do that? Simple, if you are able to create a PMR against Domino (if you're on support for Notes and Domino you can) and mention that you want SPR # ABAI7SASE6 (APAR LO48388) addressed. Here's link to the IBM support portal, so head on over there and create an PMR via an Elec [read] Keywords: domino ibm ldd lotus notes
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My customers don’t want Mail.Next
Tue, Aug 19th 2014 11:30a   Darren Duke
I have customers ranging from names you have heard of, to a few hundred seats, to 5 or less. I’m pretty sure that most customers I come into contact with are not on IBM’s radar. A few maybe, but most? Not so much. Some of them occasionally ask about “mail.next” but none are excited. You see, these customers are not cutting edge. They are not chasing the next shiny ball of tinfoil. They cherish stability. Not constant change. Not constant “vaporware” demos of stuff that most think f [read] Keywords: administration domino ibm mashups notes quickr sametime symphony development
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How did I not know this feature of Windows existed? AKA - a useful tip
Fri, Aug 8th 2014 8:13a   Darren Duke
With a little over 18 months since I've had to produce weekly tips, you've most likely missed my gems (OK, some weren't gems, but you get what you pay for).... Anyway, this one is a gem, and I'm sure most of you know this but I surely did not. On any Windows folder, hold down the Shift key and right click you get these additional options added to your context bar: If you do anything with Websphere on Windows this will no doubt save you a ton of time, Again, how did I not know [read] Keywords: websphere
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My best (and last) idea on the Notes/Domino/Traveler/etc IdeaJam
Tue, Apr 22nd 2014 8:55a   Darren Duke
IBM are off creating the next "great" thing with Mail.Next. I can see the value of going "client-less" (i.e. web) but hopefully IBM are looking at IdeaJam and implementing many, many, many of the outstanding usability suggestions out there. So here you have it, my best, and last, suggestion to IdeaJam (and can you believe some people still post out there????). [read] Keywords: domino ibm notes traveler ideajam
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Addendum to my Domino DBMT post (well, a correction)
Tue, Apr 8th 2014 5:50a   Darren Duke
I'm also going to update the original post, but it appears there was an issue with the command in that original post: -compactThreads 0 -updallThreads 2 -stoptime 5AM You will see something like this in the notes.log on the server: use this one instead: -compactThreads 0 -updallThreads 2 -stoptime 5:00AM Yes, the ":00" makes all the difference. [read] Keywords: domino notes server
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ATLUG Day of Champions - a who’s who of smart people all in one place
Mon, Mar 24th 2014 11:15a   Darren Duke
So it has happened....yours truly is going to be a [non-IBM] Champion.....well for a day ;) The Atlanta User Group (aka Atlanta Lotus User Group) is to host a pretty unique one-of-a-kind event on April 7th, 2014, that being the "Day of Champions". Each of the 11 "champions" gets a TED like 18 minutes or so to entertain, bedazzle and hopefully educate the attendees in all manner of things, technical or not-so-technical. Add to that a Connect-like Gurupalooza and speed-geeking and [read] Keywords: ibm lotus community




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On Domino 9? Have a cluster? You’re using DBMT right?
Wed, Mar 19th 2014 7:43a   Darren Duke
So with the release of Domino 9, IBM added the Database Maintenance Tool (or DBMT). This new tool is a bit like a Swiss Army knife of server tasks. It can run compact, updall and full text index tasks all from one command. But for some server environments (I'm thinking clusters using archived transaction logging here) all you really want is to have view indexed rebuilt so that is a user if failed over (or 100's of users fail over) then there is no delay while all these mail file view indexe [read] Keywords: admin domino ibm ldd lotus notes updall database server
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iNotes and IE11 - yes it is supported
Tue, Mar 18th 2014 8:39a   Darren Duke
IE11 has been out for a while and with the likes of Google saying IE9 will no longer supported on their stuff, more and more organizations and people are moving to it. The thing with iNotes is that fixes may or may not be in a Domino Fix Pack. They may be in a completely separate download. You have to select "iNotes" as the product in Fix Central. To support IE11 with iNotes you need to be at Domino 9.0.1 with iNotes fix 9.0.1 IF1 or higher (IF2 is now available to go with that). Anyway, [read] Keywords: domino ibm inotes lotus firefox google server
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When installing ESXi be sure to get your server’s customized installer
Tue, Mar 18th 2014 7:59a   Darren Duke
I do a lot of VMware. Seriously, a lot! A common thread I see with virtualization deployments is that soon-to-be-virtualizers download the ISO from VMware and rock and roll. But wait. There is a better way! No, really there is. But for most folks it's unknown. Until now..... Almost all server hardware manufactures have a customized version built specifically for their iron. Usually this involves adding drivers and monitoring stuff, but if you've ever tried installing a CIM package, then yo [read] Keywords: ibm google server virtualization vmware
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The issue with SocialBizUG - or you are missing REALLY important posts
Tue, Feb 4th 2014 6:00a   Darren Duke
I have many issues with SocialBizUG. Many, many, many, many. Did I say many? Too many to write about, especially as Twitter has removed any capability I ever had to write long form blog posts..... Anyhow. One issue I have is outline below and that has consequences for the community at whole..... See the post outlined in bold? That's a post from Kramer Reeves. Or as you may know him, "the new Ed Brill". But you wouldn't know that from that screen shot of PlanetLotus right? No. bec [read] Keywords: connections domino bleedyellow community planetlotus twitter




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