Article archive for 1998 – Page 2

Sunday, November 1, 1998

More ways to keep ’em coming back

James Cimino once again writes an article that could go directly to your bottom line. In this overall survey, James explains a number of useful tools for driving traffic to your site. If you want to learn about Web rings, list servers, affiliate programs, and Web site submission services, this is the place for you.

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Sunday, November 1, 1998

How to reduce your Notes application development time by 15%

Senior Technology Editor Richard Echeandia does it again. This month he introduces a process that can reduce your Notes development time and increase your productivity. But we’re not just talking time and economics here. As a bonus, Richard also provides a step-by-step set of instructions for building common headers for all your Notes applications. You’ll find this article invaluable.

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Sunday, November 1, 1998

Netscape Communicator 4.5 security alert

This is an Official DominoPower Security Alert and as such, is a must read article. Netscape Communicator 4.5 is transmitting private URLs you and your users are accessing back to Netscape’s corporate computers. To learn more about this troubling violation of privacy, you should read this article immediately.

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Sunday, November 1, 1998

Distributing applications to remote users

Senior Technical Editor Richard Echeandia continues his Creating Custom Applications series with this helpful article. Ever want to both distribute databases to remote users and cascade application functionality? Read this article and find out how.

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Sunday, November 1, 1998

Five ways you can protect your company from email usage lawsuits

Nobody likes talking about the legal implications of email. But just because it’s not a hot topic at the water cooler doesn’t mean it’s not important. The fact is, there are way too many email-related lawsuits these days. If you don’t take the right precautions, your company could be in for a serious nightmare. Bottom line: if you don’t want your company to loose its shirt, read this article.

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Sunday, November 1, 1998

Lotus Notes 5.0 LotusScript enhancements

Contributing editor Tony Patton kicks off his new Programming Power column with "the good stuff". Notes and Domino 5.0 are just around the corner and in this installment, Tony gives you a heads-up on what cool new features you can expect in Release 5.0’s LotusScript. If you’re developing with Notes and Domino, this is must-read material.

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Sunday, November 1, 1998

Help us decide: do you want PowerBoards?

This is your chance for real involvement in decision-making at DominoPower. PowerBoards are our discussion boards. They’ve been astoundingly successful for DominoPower’s sister publication, PalmPower, and now we’re thinking about adding PowerBoards to DominoPower. But there are some challenges to overcome. And so, rather than just up and doing it, we’re asking your opinion. Your vote will decide if DominoPower gets PowerBoards.

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Sunday, November 1, 1998

ProRec.com, the recording resource site

Purity is sublime. When you think of purity and music, you might think of the silky tones of a jazz sax, all attitude and style. But how does that fleeting moment of sweet atmospheric vibration find it’s way to your CD player? That’s what ProRec, the DominoPower Site of the Month, is all about. It’s a fine home and professional music recording resource. And it’s 100% pure Domino. Sublime.

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Thursday, October 1, 1998

Systemic triage

Just how dire is the Year 2000 crisis? And how can we, as systems managers, prioritize the important stuff? In this important article, world famous Y2K expert Peter de Jager (who’s testified in front of Congress on Y2k, for all the good it did) helps us understand how the medical term "triage" can be applied to making systems development choices in the face of the new millennium. While the later versions of Notes and Domino are Y2K compliant, earlier versions may not be. And your other systems may or may not be up to snuff. If you read Peter’s article, at least you’ll be prepared when the tough decisions have to be made.

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Thursday, October 1, 1998

Multiple SMTP MTAs

Every day, we get mail from our readers. Occasionally, there is a letter we think would be better served in a monthly letters to the editor column. Normally, our editorial staff is not really equipped to answer questions better served by your favorite Domino consultant. But Senior Technical Editor Ron Herardian, an independent consultant and messaging expert, volunteered to help out. This month: How to configure multiple SMTP MTAs and use multiple DNS domains.

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