Article archive for 1998 – Page 5

Saturday, August 1, 1998

The top nine things to do to get ready for Domino 5.0

Domino Release 5 promises to be an important upgrade, full of wonderful new features. But upgrading your servers to a major new release will not be without its challenges. Are you prepared? Do you know what needs to be done to be sure the upgrade is smooth? What have you forgotten? What can’t fall through the cracks? What can you, what must you do now to save time and reduce the effort? The answers to these questions are all in this important article by contributing editor Richard Echeandia. Read it and reap.

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Saturday, August 1, 1998

Never say never again

DominoPower Magazine may seem like a deeply serious publication. And it often is. But there are times, like in this fine article by Editor-in-Chief David Gewirtz, where there’s a fine line between seriousness and, well, movie trivia. With a deft writer’s hand, David mixes tasty old James Bond flicks, yummy references to Kim Basinger, and a chunky, chewy short history of Lotus Notes and Domino publications into a robust and flavorful appetizer for our Premier Issue. If you’d like to know more about how DominoPower came to be, you should definitely read this easily digestible article.

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Saturday, August 1, 1998

cc:Mail to Domino Migration: the NetWare challenge

We might as well get it over with. Eventually, you’re going to have to meet contributing editor Ron Herardian and it might as well be in the Premier Issue. Ron’s a brilliant Lotus Business Partner and former Lotus employee. He’ll be regularly writing important technical articles for DominoPower. But Ron’s also got a unique perspective as a "real world" Lotus Business Partner. Most issues, we’ll run the Business Partners Speak Out guest editorial so you can get the word directly from those who are dealing with Notes and Domino every day. Since these guys are in the trenches, their opinions are often unvarnished and direct. That certainly describes Ron’s perspective. Never let it be said that we always suck up to Lotus.

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Saturday, August 1, 1998

Logging and monitoring web activity with Domino

You’re such a Domino jock! You’ve installed Domino, set up your server, established a link with your ISP, and are even serving web pages. It’s all pretty darn impressive. You even have people from all over the world visiting your site. But do you know who? How many? From where? How often? If you’re running a serious web site, you need to know site access statistics. This article, by Tony Patton, will help you understand how Domino logs web site activity. Read it and you’ll also learn how you can monitor that activity to measure your site’s performance.

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Saturday, August 1, 1998

The hidden power of Domino messaging

We often think of Domino as a great web server and groupware platform. But did you know it’s an incredibly powerful messaging server? While the messaging capabilities of the Domino server are quite impressive, they’re often overlooked — and they shouldn’t be. In fact, the messaging capabilities of Domino are probably its best-kept secret and a powerful secret weapon for your online arsenal. In this informative article, Jon Johnston helps us all learn more about this powerful aspect of Domino.

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Saturday, August 1, 1998

Frank Cseh’s Lotus Notes Page

Each month, we award the coveted DominoPower Site of the Month status to one exceptionally deserving site. This month, we’ve found a fun, personal site operated by Lotus Notes database engineer Frank Cseh. You can tell this site was created with all of the love and tender care of a true enthusiast. This site has everything you can possibly think of. You name it, this site either has it or has a link to it.

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