Stuff I'm looking forward to at Connect 2013
Fri, Jan 18th 2013 5:12a Stephen Bailey I'm attending the IBM-Connect-o-Lotusphere 2013 event for my first time this year. I'm really looking forward to it. Here are just a few of the things I'm looking forward to learning / doing / experiencing while I'm there. Meeting like-minded Domino and Messaging Administrators and IBM customers.Finding fixes for some of the more frustrating features of Lotus Notes and Domino.Learning more about Portal / Connections.Learning more about Tivoli Directory Integator, and having a play with it. [read] Keywords: connections
More Webex Productivity Tools Goodness
Wed, Jan 2nd 2013 2:52p Stephen Bailey Hello again! Following on from my last post, I have completed a more thorough inventory of the design elements which need to be unprotected or deleted in order to fully uninstall the Webex Productivity Tools from a Lotus Notes mailbox. Here's the list: Forms _Calendar Entry Shared ElementsSubforms Wbx_subform CodeScript Libraries CSCalendarEntry CSEventClass CSEventNotes CSUIViewClass Further to this list, it is important to delete the "Database Script" from the mailbox. To do this, ex [read] Keywords: admin
Today's Little Victory - WebEx Productivity Tools for Lotus Notes
Fri, Dec 9th 2011 8:13a Stephen Bailey Over the past few months I have been battling with the Webex Productivity Tools plugin for Lotus Notes. This tool adds the functionality to add a Webex online meeting when creating a meeting in their Notes calendars. Nifty stuff, when it works... For some users, however, the tool would not install. Error messages varied, if they ever occurred. Like many third-party tool providers, Webex were keen to ensure that we were running the correct version of Notes to match the version of our Webex site, [read] Keywords: lotus
My Turn to Join the Blogosphere!
Thu, Dec 8th 2011 4:52a Stephen Bailey Greetings Everyone! I've been reading and contributing to many Domino blogs over recent years, and I thought it was about time I shared some of my experiences with the world. On this blog I'll share tips and tricks that I have discovered about Notes, Domino and other tech stuff. I plan to share experiences with Quickr, Sametime, and some third party utilities that I work with extensively, including Panagenda Marvelclient, Webex, Helpsoft, GSX and others. I'll ask questions in case you can [read] Keywords: domino