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eProductivity V4
Wed, Feb 24th 2016 2:02p   Eric Mack
After 10 years of development, eProductivity has proven to be a stable product; however, there's always room for improvement and the occasional fixes. :-) This release of eProductivity includes many new features to facilitate working with archives as well as various new productivity features. Here are a few highlights; for more details, see here. Productivity Features Added To speed up filing emails, the 'Send & File' and 'Move to Folder' menus now display the last three fol
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Domino Server on Raspberry Pi
Sun, Oct 4th 2015 2:50a   Eric Mack
I have a Domino server which I've kept on the shelf for the past 10 years because it runs a legacy application that I use occasionally. It's been running just fine -- nonstop -- for more than a decade. It doesn't need much processing power nor does it need much disk space. I've though about how I might preserve it and keep it running and I have considered using either a VM or a mini ATX server. Last year, Hackaday, one of my favorite hacking sites, had an article on how to load a limited




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