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You can uncover replica inconsistencies in only 9 clicks—here’s how
Thu, Mar 10th 2016 10
Come see what better administration and faster Domino development looks like—Ytria U 101 next week!
Fri, Feb 12th 2016 9
Access rights enigmas explained—new tools for modern, server-wide ACL effective access administration
Fri, Jan 29th 2016 10
Upcoming events, and our take on the teamwork and reciprocity that define the Notes community
Wed, Nov 18th 2015 9
The resolution of resurrections: Tracing the replication journey of ‘ghost’ documents to find out who brought them back
Wed, Oct 28th 2015 13
Of autumn and IBM Domino administration: Ytria is the official sponsor of AdminCamp 2015
Thu, Sep 10th 2015 11
All eyes towards a secure environment: Deciphering facets of modern IBM Notes and Domino encryption through Ytria tools.
Tue, Aug 18th 2015 9
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The resolution of resurrections: Tracing the replication journey of ‘ghost’ documents to find out who brought them back
Wed, Oct 28th 2015 13
Of autumn and IBM Domino administration: Ytria is the official sponsor of AdminCamp 2015
Thu, Sep 10th 2015 11
Access rights enigmas explained—new tools for modern, server-wide ACL effective access administration
Fri, Jan 29th 2016 10
You can uncover replica inconsistencies in only 9 clicks—here’s how
Thu, Mar 10th 2016 10
All eyes towards a secure environment: Deciphering facets of modern IBM Notes and Domino encryption through Ytria tools.
Tue, Aug 18th 2015 9
Upcoming events, and our take on the teamwork and reciprocity that define the Notes community
Wed, Nov 18th 2015 9
Come see what better administration and faster Domino development looks like—Ytria U 101 next week!
Fri, Feb 12th 2016 9
Ytria, Notes, and next-level power napping at MWLUG 2015
Tue, Aug 11th 2015 8
Mail Rules Architecture and how to sort it out with scanEZ
Wed, Nov 26th 2014 7
Have you heard the news? The tools you love just got better: EZ Suite 12.1
Wed, Jun 3rd 2015 7


Ytria Tech Lab
Blog Title Ytria Tech Lab
Blog Description Articles, Tips, and Code for IBM Notes and Domino Administrators & Developers
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You can uncover replica inconsistencies in only 9 clicks—here’s how
Thu, Mar 10th 2016 10:36a   Michael Wall
  We know that replication is designed to keep the content (among other aspects) of the different replicas of a database the same across sometimes a multitude of different servers in an IBM Notes and Domino environment. But do you ever perform checkups on that? Hmmm… Well, as I just found out, if you have […]
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Come see what better administration and faster Domino development looks like—Ytria U 101 next week!
Fri, Feb 12th 2016 11:34a   Ytria Tech Lab
Valentine’s Day isn’t the only important date that’s fast approaching; with more Ytria U 101 webcasts set to take place on February 16 and 18, this coming week is the perfect time to get to know the Ytria tools in a practical context! Catch a glimpse of our new version 16 release in action as […]
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Access rights enigmas explained—new tools for modern, server-wide ACL effective access administration
Fri, Jan 29th 2016 11:04a   Ben Menesi
Proper access rights management is a crucial aspect of security and compliance in any IT environment, yet the reality surrounding IBM Domino is that most of us are stuck relying on the Access Control List (ACL) dialog box and whatever data we may be able to mine from catalog.nsf. In this article, we’ll examine why […]
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Upcoming events, and our take on the teamwork and reciprocity that define the Notes community
Wed, Nov 18th 2015 11:58a   Ben Menesi
If you’re a regular TechLab reader, you’ll know that I don’t make these types of posts too often. But as I look forward to the busy months ahead of me, I thought I would take a minute to reflect on why I do what I do. I am no stranger to travel. To be able […]
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The resolution of resurrections: Tracing the replication journey of ‘ghost’ documents to find out who brought them back
Wed, Oct 28th 2015 10:16a   Ben Menesi
Incidents of “ghost” (aka “zombie”) documents mysteriously re-appearing into IBM Notes and Domino databases have been reported since the very beginning; over the years, they have been responsible for many a white hair on unsuspecting administrators’ and  developers’ heads. In fact, we wrote an article that shed light on how, and why, these apparitions come […]
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Of autumn and IBM Domino administration: Ytria is the official sponsor of AdminCamp 2015
Thu, Sep 10th 2015 11:50a   Ytria Tech Lab
As the summer season cedes to autumn, so arrives the 2015 edition of AdminCamp. The 13th edition of this highly technical event, to be held from September 21 to 23, 2015, in Gelsenkirchen, Germany, is yet again set to bring together the best in leading-edge expertise, techniques, and tools to advance every aspect of your […]
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All eyes towards a secure environment: Deciphering facets of modern IBM Notes and Domino encryption through Ytria tools.
Tue, Aug 18th 2015 9:47a   Ben Menesi
IBM Domino, the secure platform that it is, provides you with a full range of encryption options to cover data stored on Domino servers or user computers (locally). Understanding the basics about applying encryption in your IBM Domino environment will help you beef up your security across the board. Although you can employ encryption in […]
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Ytria, Notes, and next-level power napping at MWLUG 2015
Tue, Aug 11th 2015 11:34a   Ytria Tech Lab
  Yes folks, (fellow professionals/aspirants/inhabitants of the ICS realm) it’s that time of year again! It’s time for the 2015 edition of the Midwest Lotus User Group Conference (MWLUG)! And all of us here at Ytria are excited to announce that we will not only (once again) be there with bells on, but also that […]
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Breaking behemoth IBM Notes databases into workable NSFs
Mon, Jun 29th 2015 10:41a   Ben Menesi
Surely, some of you out there have to deal with databases that, over time, have become too large to handle comfortably. It does happen. Recently, an IT forensics customer asked us if there’s a way to evenly split the contents of a large Notes Database into multiple NSFs so their metadata extraction software could run multiple […]
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Only one week left! ICS in Motion: A tech-talk roadmap of your evolving infrastructure – Toronto, June 15th
Mon, Jun 8th 2015 9:41a   Ytria Tech Lab
Do you want to gain a better understanding of your platform, its current health, and its continued viability? If so, and you happen to be in or around the GTA on June 15th, then this event is for you. We want to help you get the most out of IBM Notes and Domino. That’s why […]
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Have you heard the news? The tools you love just got better: EZ Suite 12.1
Wed, Jun 3rd 2015 9:38a   Ytria Tech Lab
Some of you may have already heard the good news by way of our most recent newsletter. But for those of you who weren’t in the loop this time around, we are excited to announce the next step forward for your favourite tools: EZ Suite 12.1. With this current release, there has never been a […]
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Interpret user activity traces for a portrait of global usage
Thu, May 28th 2015 1:06p   Ben Menesi
Sometimes, trying to find the answers to questions like “Who is using this application” and “Is anyone really using this?” can lead you down a long trail of clues. Most of you may not have time to spend searching around in your server, picking through small details; but the answers to these questions are vital […]




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