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A new approach to migrating away from Notes
Tue, Apr 19th 2016 12
Saving Notes Search results to PDF
Mon, Feb 22nd 2016 12
IONET Archiver v4 - Improving your Native Notes Archiving
Fri, Oct 2nd 2015 12
Exporting Notes Mail, Applications & Quickr to XML
Mon, Jun 22nd 2015 10
Archiving from Notes to HTML
Mon, Jun 8th 2015 9
New Result Options in the FT Search Manager
Tue, Apr 28th 2015 11
Removing the clutter: De-duplicating Mail Search results
Fri, Apr 24th 2015 10
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IONET Archiver v4 - Improving your Native Notes Archiving
Fri, Oct 2nd 2015 12
Saving Notes Search results to PDF
Mon, Feb 22nd 2016 12
A new approach to migrating away from Notes
Tue, Apr 19th 2016 12
New Result Options in the FT Search Manager
Tue, Apr 28th 2015 11
Removing the clutter: De-duplicating Mail Search results
Fri, Apr 24th 2015 10
Exporting Notes Mail, Applications & Quickr to XML
Mon, Jun 22nd 2015 10
Speeding up Notes applications
Wed, May 2nd 2012 9
Archiving directly from Notes to Microsoft Outlook
Thu, Mar 19th 2015 9
Archiving from Notes to HTML
Mon, Jun 8th 2015 9
Searching Within Results in the Notes Client
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A new approach to migrating away from Notes
Tue, Apr 19th 2016 5:34a   IONET Software
If you're migrating away from IBM Notes, here's a new option; Instead of migrating ALL your Notes Mail data, migrate only the last X years worth (using any tool you want, but hopefully ours), and leave one Domino Server running HTTP to allow users to search and export their older mail, WHEN and IF they need it. This saves migration resources, as users only export the mail they actually require. Users can search their Notes Mail & Archives via Browser whenever they want, as many times as
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Saving Notes Search results to PDF
Mon, Feb 22nd 2016 8:52p   IONET Software
At the start of this year, we added PDF support to our FT Search Manager product. This allows Notes search results to be saved directly as PDFs, either after a Discovery/Compliance search, or after normal Mail & Archive searching. For example, let's say you have a legal requirement to provide copies of all email sent between your environment and 123.com during 2015. 1. Specified power users can run a Discovery/Compliance search across all mail files and archives in the environment, selec
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IONET Archiver v4 - Improving your Native Notes Archiving
Fri, Oct 2nd 2015 4:40a   IONET Software
IONET Software are pleased to announce v4 of our Archiver for Notes product, which now includes support for native Notes archiving, even when it's already in use. This means that for a big reduction on our normal pricing, you can use our archiving toolset with native Notes archiving. Why would you want to do that? To make more efficient use of IT resources, find out what's happening in your environment, and - more importantly - save your users time. What you get from Native Notes Archiving
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Exporting Notes Mail, Applications & Quickr to XML
Mon, Jun 22nd 2015 11:49p   IONET Software
Earlier this month, our Archiver for Notes product was extended to export Notes Mail, Applications and Quickr to HTML, in addition to exporting Notes Mail to Internet Formats and PST, and normal NSF archiving. Exporting to HTML occurs via archiving to DXL, then transforming that DXL to HTML via XSLT Stylesheets. This allows storage of Notes data as static, non-proprietary HTML. This process now extends further to transform DXL to XML, ready for use in other products. Example XSLT Stylesheets
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Archiving from Notes to HTML
Mon, Jun 8th 2015 8:37p   IONET Software
Since March, it's been possible to use our Notes Archiving tool to archive Notes Mail to Internet Formats and PST, as well as perform normal Notes (to NSF) archiving. We've now added the ability to archive Notes Mail and Applications to HTML and DXL/XML as well. This allows Administrators to easily target specific Notes data, then process it based on their requirements, e.g. archiving to Notes itself, storing it in a non-proprietary format like HTML or XML, or migrating it for use with anoth




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